You may have noticed Eddy refers quite often to his hammer. (No, not that one … a real one for pounding nails.) Hmm … wonder where he gets that hammer thing from. I began my acquaintance with hammers when I was fifteen and started roofing for Norris Johnson in Sutherlin, Oregon. I worked for him several summers. What a character Norris is … a joke a minute, and he could outwork us teen-aged punks by miles. He taught me and countless other young men a fine work ethic, and that ethic has helped me through many a project, including the one in the photo, a little remodeling project on our home in Multnomah Village. Eddy, like me, is proud to be a builder, and if you look real closely at that level on my head, you’ll see it’s only half a bubble off.
Quote of the Day: “The process of writing has something infinite about it. Even though it is interrupted each night, it is one single notation.” Elias Canetti