“Trust yourself. You know more than you think you do.”
by Brian Hague
I was lucky growing up. I had a really great dad. But there was another man who treated me like a son. His name was Gary.
Back in 1992, I was 14. Gary promised to help me build a new skateboard ramp. We were at Home Depot, buying wood and supplies. “Brian, go grab a left-handed hammer,” he said.
Left-handed hammer? Sounded funny. Didn’t Gary have a hammer? Well, maybe it broke. I scurried away. Left-handed hammer? Easy. Shouldn’t take long. READ MORE