Monday, February 1, 2010

monday's excerpt

Dusty confessed that he was nervous about getting the windows and the glass sized. But Carter said he would take charge of that. “I think we can score it with a chisel—scratch against a straight edge, and then snap it over a board.”

“Is that how they do it?”

“Yeah, I saw a man do it in Georgia once. He was making a window out of stained glass. He would score it with a little scratchin’ tool, and then tap the glass until it cracked. It was incredible because it would break exactly on the line.”

“Okay, then. You’ll be our glass man!”