I go on tangents pretty easily. My darling Ghanaian daughter, aka my daughter who'd like to go BACK to Ghana, posted a story from the BBC about the late Ghanaian president. I left the article playing and ended up listening to the 3rd story of the link and fell in love with tailor Martin Greenfield. Surviving the concentration camps, losing his entire family, coming alone to New York in 1947 and working his way up to owner of the company, he's an inspiration!
Lessons of a Tailor - scroll to the bottom and watch the 8 minute video.
He's a hoot in the original interview that got me started. Listen at around 16:30 BBC interview