Posted by ESC on March 19, 2005
In Reply to: Work posted by Bruce Kahl on March 18, 2005
: : What does this phrase mean: I have my work cut out for me.
: It means that the job you need to do is simply ready to be done, that it is all right there in front of you waiting for your action.
: You don't have to think about the work you need to do because all you need to do is just sit down and do it.
From making shoes or clothes?