"It's kind of fun to do the impossible" -Walt Disney
When I was old enough to hold a hammer, I was out in the garage helping my dad on woodworking projects. In those days there wasn't any power tools except for an electric drill. Still my dad preferred using a hand drill, so a hand drill it was. I grew up knowing that making something out of noting was challenging and rewarding. I find making things therapeutic, relaxing, and rewarding. I never show anyone what I'm making until it's finished, just in case. My Great Great Grandfather was a woodworker, my Great Grandfather built barns without any plans or nails! I guess you can say it's in our blood.