My parents said that, as a boy, I had a new project every day.

It’s amazing to me that how we function as children we often function as adults. Hopefully more maturely.

I feel so blessed that I have a place in my professional life that demands my very best creative abilities every day.

Today I was thanking the Lord for the opportunity to imagine, design, and create stage sets for a church that embraces and celebrates the arts. It’s a privilege to communicate truth through the wonders of design.

Today my cart was full of goodies from Lowe’s. I joke with the staff there because I rarely use the materials in that store for their intended functions.

I suppose the more mature version of myself was trading Legos for Lowes. ch:



Glade · 28 Sep ’11 at 9:13 pm

Funny you should mention projects, because I was looking for a project today! I wanted to make a homemade instrument of some kind, but I couldn’t find the supplies I needed. So my mom let me blow on her Scottish canter for a while. I did it no justice. But I thank God that He gave us imaginations. I don’t know what I would do without dreams and ideas. I might even imagine that the racket I make on Mama’s canter isn’t half as bad as I make it, but twice as good as it should be!! 😀

    Christopher Hopper · 29 Sep ’11 at 8:39 am

    Ha nice!

    Little known fact: I own and play the Scottish bag pipes.

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