Fun & enlightenment in San Francisco
That is elegant & impressive. My few attempts at origami have always ended in bitter tears & endless regrets.
Gosh, it's not as hard as that! I'm sure I can teach you something that won't make you cry. When models don't work for me, I always blame it on the paper: too thick, too think, not big enough, not a square enough...
Perhaps it was not an age-appropriate activity for me when I tried it. Blaming the paper is a useful strategy that I think I will apply to life outside of origami as well.
How could an activity traditionally taught to little children in Japan not be age-appropriate? At any rate, blaming something/someone else is an excellent & approved strategy for happiness.
Possibly some of us were slower at developing optimum hand/eye coordination. Back in the day we did not have the benefits of video games to help us hone these skills!
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