“On a warm Texas night in 1956, Bette Nesmith — later known as Bette Nesmith Graham — sat in a garage surrounded by buckets of white tempera paint, empty nail polish bottles, and handmade labels. She didn’t know it then, but she was on the brink of something magical.” The secretary who turned Liquid Paper into a multimillion-dollar business. (It’s just so difficult to clean if off my screen…)