"It'll Never Be Seen on a Galloping Horse"
The other day
This caller told us that her mother used to say this whenever she was talking about something that "wasn't perfect, but was good enough." It seems this phrase is popular among
It seems this phrase is popular amongquilters in particular. (As in, "Maybe my stitches don't match up perfectly, but doggone it, they're good enough!")
Several listeners have since called and emailed us with variations of this phrase. Kelly from
In any case, the next time I'm tempted to overwork something I'm writing, I'm going to make myself think of galloping horses and move on. Which is why I'm hitting the "post" button right now.