I was sitting at my doctor this morning knitting on my Monks Satchel and he came in and said 'look at you knitting, you're a domestic goddess.' I sat there for a few seconds and wondered if I liked being called 'domestic' anything, but I think it's the best compliment I've gotten so far. Usually I get the 'you're way too young to be knitting.'
Just thought I'd share and see what y'all though, and if you'd be ok with it.
Well true, I guess it does tend to be used in a negative way sometimes but really could just mean you're all about your home. How can that be bad, right? I'm sure he's just jealous that his wife doesn't knit!
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Definitely a compliment! After all, what's wrong with being called domestic? Most people my age (early 20's) are completely clueless about running a household. (I kid you not, one of my friends didn't know how to peel a carrot until recently.)