Ever have a dream? I’ve had lots of them and right now I’m working on one of my biggest ones yet, a little tiny home of my own.
Over the years life has been a little complicated at times. Simplicity came as a means of survival. Now that I have it, I have to say it’s kind of a nice way to approach just about everything. What exists in my life today is what is truly most important to one of two things; 1) my needs, 2) my emotions.
Many years ago I came across something that was described as “a tiny house.” At the time it struck me as cute but not necessarily workable. Now, many years later the concept strikes me as almost an art form, perfect in concept and extremely workable under the right circumstances.
I come from a family of talented, self-reliant men. Their skillset is impressive; building, cabinetry, masonry, electrical, plumbing, furniture making, and artisanry. Through watching them over the years I learned much. What I didn’t learn I started to teach myself. I made myself learn to become comfortable with not knowing everything and moving forward in spite of that fact.
Journey onward, discover, and create.