My dad and I are very close. The biggest thing we have in common though, is our tendency to find other solutions to a problem. For example, my dad temporary sofa covers using duct tape and fabric he bought online and I built a makeshift shelf support using books. Recently, our caulking gun broke, so we used various tricks in order push the silicone out. Regardless, every time we use our DIY talent and instinct, the outcome is something that solves the problem in a cost-effective, functional, efficient way. And that’s all the matters right?
My dad has taught me a lot of lessons. Like to always work with what you have, or how to retain composure when a situation is stressful. My work ethic, grades, and this blog that I’m writing in at this very moment are all thanks to my dad. Thank you, Dad.