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Blog series by wmgworks updated 12-28-2015 09:36 PM 4 parts 3567 reads 9 comments total

Part 1: A Bit Of Background

11-17-2015 09:03 PM by wmgworks | 3 comments »

I thought I’d take a few minutes and give a bit of background on myself and start to tell why I’ve started down this path of woodworking. To set the picture of my youth I am from a small farming community in central Ohio. The town I grew up in just peaked 1000 people in the 2010 census. One stop light. One gas station/convenient store. My graduating class was 135 kids. The high school is (no joke) surrounded by corn fields on three of it’s sides. I am the son of a carp...

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Part 2: Every Cut A Lesson

11-18-2015 05:59 PM by wmgworks | 3 comments »

I tend to try and find meaning behind everything that happens during the course of my day. I strongly feel that if a situation arises, and you do not learn something from it, you have failed no matter the end result of the situation. The theme of this series of posts is lessons learned through wood working basically. How this whole journey is teaching me life lessons and how to find meaning in what you do other than just the thing you crafted. Last night was no exception. Being a family ma...

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Part 3: Finding a Solution

11-20-2015 09:02 PM by wmgworks | 2 comments »

One of the strengths and weaknesses of an analytical brain is the need to research. I research EVERYTHING. I want to know the pros and cons of every option so I can weigh every possible solution. It’s a blessing because it helps me learn new technology and solutions to business needs at work. My job is often to find the best solution to a given scenario. So I read and try things out. A LOT. The downside of this is sometimes I decide on a course of action and chose to wait for certain...

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Part 4: Post Christmas (Un)Wrap Up

12-28-2015 09:36 PM by wmgworks | 1 comment »

Now that Christmas is over and I’m back to work, I’ve had some time to think about the blessings I got this season. My wife got me the Ryobi 18v One+ Drill/Impact Driver kit from Home Depot this year. I have yet to use the drill, but I’ve already put the impact driver to much use. By putting everyone else’s gifts together :D. I used to try and drive screws with a drill and ended up stripping almost every one of them. I always thought it was something I was doing wro...

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