Her name was Mary, but everyone called her Betty or “Granny Patty.” She also ran an in-home daycare, back in the day, and nap-time was during her favorite soap, “As the World Turns.” Although I can remember when she kept me as a child that she was a big fan of Jack LaLane (circa late 1960s), not so much a watch and participate kind of fan, but she definitely watched. She’s been gone just a few years now, but she continued to share her creativity with my daughter and she enjoyed it as much as I did.
www.ChefRobyn.com. After some encouragement from my fellow chefs that are members of our association’s chapter, www.MiddleTennesseePersonalChefs.com, I’ve been focusing more on the apron making. They set my goal of making 200 aprons by the end of July (our National Conference in New Orleans, www.PersonalChefConference.com ). Ideally, I’m going to do a test market on Etsy before so I know what are the most popular styles and color combinations.
Comments and suggestions welcome!
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