There comes a point in almost all humans' lives when they must admit that they don't know everything. For me, that moment came on a very cold January night.I had just finished filming a series of do-it-yourself videos for Ask the Decorator, and the number of projects I knew how to do was quickly dwindling. Frustrated, I began pacing my room, slowly wearing a track into my carpet. The nervous energy from my feet swiftly made its way to my thoughts where it began to wreck havoc.
I think back to that night often. Normally it's at moments when I'm carrying four bags up a flight of stairs to reach the next video location, or when I'm finally eating lunch at 4:00 after a long day of filming - you know, moments of immense physical pain. And I wonder why I thought traveling the nation would be so "awesome."Then there are those moments when I'm at an extremely successful, nationally known company or watching a highly talented artisan work, and I think, "How did that one night get me here? This is unbelievable."
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