Re: An observation about the writer-engineer relationship
don't ask me how.
LOL! You have to let them hold the flashlight sometimes! That's how I learned most of what I know, though I haven't tackled changing an electrical outlet or light fixture. But I can do basic plumbing, re-glaze a window, and lay a patio!
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