But I’m sure that benefits your work in a certain way. It does my work. But not my private life.
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My grandmother loved peignoirs, and I had the best time. Not looking at myself. Just putting them on. I’m 92 years old.
A person can put their arm in one side of a dress and I say, “Take it off, it’s not right. ” I’m visual. Nothing else. It’s a gift.
Half the time I don’t sell, I’m very busy getting into their lives.
If I’m asked to come to dinner at 7, I’m sitting there waiting at quarter of. There’s no question.
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Because I turn to them if I’ve had a terrible one and say, “Awful. ” What am I going to tell them, that I cleaned?
So I turn over and hear what the weather is, what happened in the world, I rise from my bed, I go in and I wash my face.
Was there a moment in your life when you realized you might be able to turn that gift into a career?
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