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|Location||a far west suburb of Chicago, Illinois, United States|
|Introduction||I've decided that I'm a process knitter. I love natural yarns and wooden needles. I only fix mistakes if they're easy fixes and I will never frog a complete project--even if I hate it. Knitting garments for females is fun, such a huge selection and interesting design elements, more so than male patterns. But, I rarely have an intended recipient. Sometimes, the only reason I try new projects is to conquer a certain skill. One of the few product-knitter traits I have is I prefer to make "useful" things, even though sometimes the end product ends up being UN-usable. I also love taking pictures of my knitting and yarn. I'm not sure where that fits in.|
|Interests||photography, knitting, reading, swimming, guitar, caribou coffee, chaise lounges, chicago the city, coca-cola, flirting, laughing, naruto, orchids, spy groove, posh spice, photoshop, to name a few|
|Favorite Music||cibo matto, rufus wainwright, christina aguilera|
|Favorite Books||anything david sedaris, perks of being a wallflower, confederacy of dunces, kokology, the red book with the upside down poodle cutout, anything nicholas sparks (he makes me cry), sex drugs and cocoa puffs, memoirs of a geisha, game guides, anything oscar wilde|
When you hesitate before hitting snooze on your alarm clock, are you being lazy?
no, the hesitation is me fighting the guilt of chosing to sleep in a few more minutes over doing whatever it is i set my alarm for. i guess actually hitting the snooze and going back to sleep is being lazy... hmmm.