Brielle Gets It. / by Keith Saarloos

Get your hands dirty.

Get your hands dirty.

When I was a kid: during the summer, I went to work with my dad. I dumped trash, swept the warehouse, wrapped pallets. I saw my dad and my uncle work with my grandpa. We would eat lunch together and grandma would have sliced peaches in little bowl. I learned where things come from. The roof over our head, the food on our plate, and the pride of a well earned day in my heart.
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Brielle asked to come rack wine with us today. It was a solid 12er. She didn't complain once, told good jokes & ran the pump perfectly. She was as sold a deck hand as one could hope for. 
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She worked hard to impress @gregsaar , as he will be the one she reports to in the winery. When the wand slips as she sets it, pay special attention that she looks at him, not me. 
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Brielle racked the last half of the Cabernet on her own. No instruction, other than she watched and learned all day. 
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The best sermons are never spoken, they are devoured through the eyes of children. 
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Brielle gets it. 
The 250 year plan is working. 
Honor + Prepare