Endurance | Humor | Labor | Perseverance

It seems that Hank, a landscape contractor, had his first full-fledged job. Of course he didn’t want to appear to be the rank amateur he knew he was. So he feigned a casual kind of nonchalance and expertise. One of the first tasks he had to tackle was blasting out some stumps with dynamite for a farmer. Since the farmer was watching he went to some length to measure out the fuse and set the dynamite – just as if he really knew what he was doing. But his problem was he really didn’t know how much dynamite would be just right to do the job. When he was all set up he breathed a prayer that he had enough dynamite packed under the stump, and yet not too much to blow them all to kingdom come. The moment of truth came. Hank looked at the farmer with a knowing look of what he hoped came across as confidence and pushed down the…

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