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100 Days of Gratitude - Day 20 - My Workshop

Today I'm grateful for my workshop.

It's nice to have a project and actually have a place to finish the project. Whether it's woodworking, building props or cases for props, making DMX cables or extension cords for the game shows, or setting up all of our lighting so we can rehearse - it's nice to have a dedicated space to work in.

Best part about it... it's paid for. I have paid cash for it every step of the way, and will continue to do so. The upstairs won't be finished until I have the cash to pay for it. (you could buy something from this website and help towards that goal :-))

I built it (still continuing to finish) over the past 3-5 years. My son's helped me build it. We did 100% of the framing, part of the siding, the deck (yes, my shop has a deck) and the finish work downstairs. I hired people for the electrical and to put up the roofing - I didn't want to fall off!

Eventually the upstairs will be finished, complete with a lot of book cases for my library, some cool lighting and a storage room. There's even a bathroom.

The shop is about 50 feet from the house and I did a few things right.

It's nice to have it.

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