RECENTLY, I was told that "a farmer's job is no harder than a carpenter's."
Having never been a full-time carpenter, I can't say whether that is true or not. However, the time I have spent building corrals, repairing barns and attempting to build my own furniture has given me a respect for the work they do.
These experiences have taught me — the hard way — that when you become a master at something, it truly does look effort
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