I was never really into scrap booking, or homemaking growing up.
While some girls were threading a sewing machine: I was threading my softball cleats.
While some girls were throwing a pie in the oven: I was throwing a grounder to first base.
While some girls were focusing on hanging a picture straight on a wall: I was trying to make a straight line while marching, and playing my flute.
While some girls were learning all these cool techniques to make a house a home: I remain clueless.
So please, tell me your secret. How did you learn to put this color, and that color together and make it look so cute? And how did you learn to make that yummy dinner? And how did you learn to use a sewing machine without jamming it or breaking a needle? And how did you learn to reupholster furniture of crying out loud?!
Is it some skill that you are just naturally born with? Or do they secretly take you to some other world for training on how to do all of these things, that no one bothered to tell me about?!?!?!
So please: what is your secret?!
Saturdays in the Fall
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