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I've always had an entrepreneurial spirit.  My parents would encourage me to pursue my vision.  At age 10 I held a yard sale to make some summer money.  I not only exceeded my goals but impressed my family.  My father was a master carpenter, and I was in awe of his array of tools and his ability to construct nearly anything.  As I grew older, I worked alongside my father and began to learn the craft.  I studied his every move, and over time, I improved.  Now, decades later, I have my own workshop with 2 commercial-grade lasers.  There is a certain inner satisfaction you get when a customer's face lights up as you hold up the finished product with their engraving.  It makes me happy to make others happy.  That's what I learned from my father.  I wish he was still with us so I could share my love of the craft with him.  

Selfie in the workshop.

Selfie in the workshop

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