Another class finished and I made deposits in many lives over nine days in different ways and I was exhausted as I drove home this evening but I have to say it was worth every minute.
As I watched yet another batch despatched with their new skills to use for the rest of their lives I confess a little pride as they carried off boxes and tables and shelves to take their homes shared and families and friends and so my work never ends but lives in lives on the three continents everyone came here from.
So tonight I find rest in the certainty of things and peace in my thoughts thinking that men and women left my workshop contented and equipped so I wanted to share these simple things with you because I think good things are to be cared about and shared about.
The age range was 20 to 70 and that’s happening all the more these days. Over the coming months we have more changes to help woodworkers train too.
Our classes are about passing on real skills and reaching into the future to try to make certain my skills continue in the lives of generations yet to be born. It’s working.