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October 24, 2013



I love this one Artie! It is the small things that matter, I've felt that way for ages. In "Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance" (showing my age here) he wrote of the mechanic who has a space for each tool and is properly stored. It shows respect for what you do. Pride for what you do. And passion for what you do. Not every hostess has a desire to be one but, if you're mission was to be the best hostess of all time I bet it would be different. Why not take pride in everything you do, even the "little" things?

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