Katillac, Kelee
March 2007
Guideposts;Mar2007, Vol. 62 Issue 1, p56
The author shares her experience as an interior designer. She says that her career began with a chair she found at a trash. She worked for days on that chair, redoing the seat, putting on several coats of paint. She even decorated the trailer and invited her neighbors to see it. She states that she went back to school and got a degree. She started her own business and helped people remake their rooms. She mentions that creativity is something God has given to all of the people.


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