Who Says You Can't?
By Chantal Stoddard • May 18, 2014
Life was good before things fell apart. I was a medical receptionist, and had a wonderful family. But one day that all changed. My husband wanted a separation, and my Crohn's disease had gotten worse and I couldn't keep working where I was because of it.
But I saw this as an opportunity to change. I decided to try my hand at Carpentry, and moved away with my daughter to go to school. This course was the hardest thing I have ever done. I wanted to quit many times. Being the only woman in the course made it even harder. But now I can use miter saws, table saws, and many other tools, and make furniture.
When you face a difficult challenge, don't say you can't. You can.
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