My husband is a gifted man, with a unique outlook on life. We balance each other out pretty well. I haven't found much that dh isn't able to do. If he doesn't know how, give him a book. It's great. Yesterday he had our youngest two with him in the shop tearing apart a Farmall B. It was his day to homeschool. They tore the thing completely apart. The two young ones are selling parts. Today he took ds to pick up a tractor. This is a tractor that my son is buying with the money he made from the steer he raised. It's a Farmall H with a loader. I'm just beginning to appreciate such things. Our son plans on using it to fix the Farmall H he has stored in the shop and then selling it once he has them both running. He's nine. I think this is a contunuation of my husband's homeschooling style. He expects great things from his children. I just expect them to pick up their clothes. "They" say that your children will live up to your expectations. I hope they live up to my husband's and far surpass mine.
Have a glorious Saturday.
From Glory Farm