Paul Seller – the humble spoon – tribute

Welcome! Forums Off-topic Paul Seller – the humble spoon – tribute

Viewing 1 post (of 1 total)
  • Author
  • #618246

    Dear Mr Paul Sellers and Team.

    It is with great sadness, that I regret to inform you that I spend less and less time here, at the on-line school. And it is your fault!

    Nothing to worry about, just kidding.

    But it is true. The less i spend at the computer, the more I spend at the garage in front of the bench.

    I already wrote to you a couple of times over the years. In my beginnings (since 2011) with lots of (now) silly questions. So, in my opinion, “Commonwoodworking” site was a great idea to gather the “aeiou” questions for every one. Sometime I stop there for some revisions.

    But this time is different. I’m writing because I want to pay tribute to you Sir. Not with the thank you but with my story. Because thru this school and blog over those years I was able TO DO!
    -I have 6 beds in my home, 3 were made by me, nothing fancy just practical and sturdy.
    -I made stools, chairs, lots of boxes, picture frames, blanket chests, a desk, spatulas, cots, repairs, restorations, wooden toys and… spoons all for family and friends and e few commissions.
    -Made some friends here in the forums.
    -Discovered, scroll sawing, wood turning (still a work in progress), and wood carving (Mary May and Chris Pye)

    -And one of my last and most important projects was to design, built and install a hand rail at my parents home. Again nothing fancy just practical. You see, my mother (in her 70’s) had knee surgery. So she needed a modification for the existing stairs hand rail. And with all the knowledge acquire here I was able to built it. With pride and a huge dose of satisfaction to perform such a task to a very important person in my life when she needed the most.
    And You Sir and Your Team ARE responsible and a part of it.

    So that’s my appreciation and tribute to YOUR WORK!
    And it all started with the “humble” wooden spoon!

    Paul Sellers and the "spoon tribute"

    Antonio Samagaio

    Enjoy the learning path...!!

Viewing 1 post (of 1 total)
  • You must be logged in to reply to this topic.