chasingtailfeathers:

“Nobody taught me how to make pottery. My mother made pots. I used to cook and do housework, but I saw her make them. I never thought I would touch the clay. Then one day my husband and my father went for clay. My father gave me a bag of clay and told me, “Daughter this will give you all you need—food, clothing and money.” And, you know, he was right.”
– Virginia T. Romero, 1989
Remarkable Women / Profiles: Legends

chasingtailfeathers:

“Nobody taught me how to make pottery. My mother made pots. I used to cook and do housework, but I saw her make them. I never thought I would touch the clay. Then one day my husband and my father went for clay. My father gave me a bag of clay and told me, “Daughter this will give you all you need—food, clothing and money.” And, you know, he was right.”

– Virginia T. Romero, 1989

Remarkable Women / Profiles: Legends

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