Wednesday, December 12, 2012


Some of the many toys made by students at CSS
We've been making toys to give to the Flint Street Food Bank, an annual giving project at Clear Spring School. Our children are generous with their skills, and it makes things more meaningful when we make the delivery. Today at the food bank, folks were gathered for a food distribution. Still, the director took time to examine and appreciate each one, and the children enjoyed that special attention.

Last week as the kids were at work, they imagined themselves to be elves at work in Santa's work shop. And that has often been the way I've felt at work in my own shop during the holiday season, this year, making 500 boxes during the month of December.

It started as a cardinal.
Appreciating each one.
This was our last wood shop day before the Christmas holiday. In case you've not been counting, there are still about 12 making days before Christmas eve.

Make, fix and create...

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