More than a knitting lesson

Much to the amusement of many who know me, I've taken up knitting.

When I stopped in at a local yarn shop for some tips on getting started, the owner greeted me amiably. After I'd bought some yarn, he even offered to give me a quick lesson. But it wasn't long before his initial graciousness turned to impatience. I've always been well-coordinated, so I was surprised at my fumbling with the needles. As he became increasingly irritated with my "technique," I became more and more embarrassed. His wife, attempting to rescue me, tried to explain his instructions to me another way. "I already told her that," he barked from across the room.

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