Sunday, July 13, 2014


From Etymology online: 
klutz (n.) 1967, American English, from Yiddish klots "clumsy person, blockhead," literally "block, lump," from Middle High German klotz "lump, ball." Compare German klotz "boor, clod," literally "wooden block" (see clot).

Don't be one. Do something and then do it again and again. You'll get better at it and lose the unfortunate label, klutz.

Today I am packing boxes to ship to galleries in Washington, DC and preparing to pack the boxes done last week for my corporate gifts orders.

Make, fix and create...

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