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GW: At the moment, I'm content to be back in my beloved Mount Vernon in Virginia. My wife, Martha, had to run our plantation there without me for the last 8 years or so. I owe it to her to be around for the rest of our lives together.
GW: Oh, those military experts. They evaluate things based on conventional military wisdom. They really don't know what they're talking about. First of all, I did not command my army to win every single battle against the Red Coats. All I had to do was to convince them that they couldn't conquer all 13 colonies in North America. In other words, I had to make sure that we didn't lose. Future historians may say that George Washington lost more battles than he won. Of course, that's true. But that's not the point. The point was that I did not let my army surrender to the British. Losing battles was okay as long as I did not lose the war.
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Turn an one into a craft area or a gift wrapping/stationary station. I'm always having trouble finding a place for all the wrapping paper and ribbons. It's a good place to keep scissors, cards, bags, and ribbons where you can find them. It's easy for our Christmas wrappings to get away from us. If you have a special place you won't have trouble finding it when Christmas comes around.
Next on my agenda was to sort out a box of scraps. As any papercrafter knows, we never throw out scraps. But I needed a system to sort those scraps out. So in my desk, I set up a vertical file system for my scraps by color, by season, also have a separate one for stripes, florals, dark and light prints.
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If you have been a crafter for any length of time, then you know how easy it is to collect paper. We all do it. We have pieces of paper in our stash that we save. We all say the same thing. " Some day I will use that paper". So it gets moved and left in a stack an then we forget all about it.
GW: During the French and Indian War, I experienced the haughty British attitude toward me as an American. The British soldiers in general did not think much of the American colonists. Furthermore, they were not willing to listen to what I had to say about the combat on American soil. My first job was a land surveyor. I know how to get around the valleys, woods, plains, and rivers, but the British didn't want to hear what I could offer them. So, I resigned my military rank and settled at Mount Vernon as a planter with my wife, Martha. Later, I was involved in the Virginia Colonial politics and realized that we Americans would be better of breaking away from the British Empire. I was against the taxation policies during those turbulent years in the 1760s and the 1770s.
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Or worse yet, we have little bits of printed paper that has been ripped or partially used and we justify keeping it for that one time where we say to ourselves we will need it. Well, in my book, it's just occupying space. If you haven't used a piece of paper after 2-3 years, more than likely you won't.
GW: I was very proud of my men in the Army. Those stuck with me through thick and thin. We proved that the less trained and less equipped army could win the war against the better trained and better equipped army. Like I said earlier, Americans lost more battles than won. But, we still won the war. The British found it difficult to control all of North America's 13 colonies with the resources they had. They had to get supplies from Britain, which was 3,000 miles away for all these years. In the end, we won the war because we convinced them that they couldn't win. I credit our people's indomitable spirit for victory.
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