Thursday, 9 August 2012

VÉVÉS VI

I can't claim the highly alluring trait of ambidexterity, a fact which is normally bothersome only in the realm of hypothetical musings about 'dubious functions one might be able to perform manually given precisely equal use of the left and right hands,' but which enters the realm of practical complaints when, as now, favored hands and fingers bear sore traces of continual jabbing with sewing needles.  A necessary stigmata wrought by one-girl garment production and, all moaning aside, an interesting sensory elaboration to routine activity.  Even better: those with an interest in the material rather than exclusively fleshly results of said labor shall be satisfied tomorrow ... xx

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