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Carpentry

Tim impresses me. I am just so amazed at the quality of work he can do. Sure, his job isn't always as glorious as it could be... but,  look what he does in his spare time! He is a man of great workmanship (that's a word, I think) and I admire him for it.


This is a coffee table he just recently built to sell. Pray that this furniture building, as a side job, flourishes! We are so grateful just to have the space in the garage for him to be able to work down there. I think it is a gorgeous color, grain, and design. Way to go, Tim!

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philthecarl said…
You have a gift brother. Beautiful, simply beautiful...
mom said…
Wonderful work Tim. Since you were a little tyke you've had it in you. Glad to know you can enjoy the gift God has given you.

PS Mother's Day is soon approaching.

Love ya son,
Mama

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