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October 17, 2014


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I think about this often. I always loved being creative. I loved to draw, make loomed potholders, I even had a toy wheel for throwing clay. One of my favorite gifts was a box of craft supplies from my grandparents at Christmas time. My grandmother (my fatjer's mother)taught me to sew, knit, crochet,do needlework, and other things. I remember going to her house and always wanting to know what yarn and material I could use. She Baugh me my first sewing machine (granted it was a toy). My mother and her auntil taught ceramics, and my aunts daughter was an amazing artist. I was surrounded by creative people. I still love to be creative, and I especially love to sew. I am always trying to figure out how to use it in my career. Maybe one day, I'll become an art therapist.

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