Everyday People · Fascinating

Skilled craft…Every day beautiful people # 72

“I really believe that everyone has a talent, ability or skill that he can mine to support himself and to succeed in life.” Dean Koontz


In my usual meandering, I came across this man weaving his fishing apparatus by the Creekside and it was quite interesting to watch his dexterous fingers as he painstakingly wove his traps.

Unfortunately, his English was non-existent and I have no idea what language he spoke but from our sign language conversation, my understanding was that he learnt his skill and trade from childhood under the tutelage of his father.

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Out of the silent breath


14 thoughts on “Skilled craft…Every day beautiful people # 72

  1. I chuckled at the sign language conversation…there is just no limits to the lengths you’d take to engage with another person, is there?


  2. OOO! That was an experience that you delighted it, wasn’t it? Just as Tasha said; I agree that is you. I’ve felt bad because I did not participate faithfully in Niki’s Kindness Challenge, so in bed last night I reviewed what I was going to do today, wondering how I could go about finding a kindness story. I’m not going out until church this evening, lots of kindness there but not very newsworthy. Oh, I guess I can only try it out on my husband. That might make a good story, finding out how he reacts be me being kind. 😀

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