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Gender Female
Industry Arts
Occupation Illustrator/Designer, Photographer, Proofreader
Location Warrenville, Illinois, United States
Introduction I am an illustrator, designer, photographer, and proofreader who lives happily with two dogs, two cats, one husband, and one baby boy in a humble little house in the suburbs.
Interests micropreemies, art, photography, illustration, design, interior design, food, pets, computers, Internet, blogs, travel, magazines, books, movies, cameras, jewelry, vintage, truTV, housewares, decorating, What Not to Wear, HGTV, The Dog Whisperer, Whose Wedding Is It Anyway?, Forensic Files, Most Evil, the Cubs, tea cups, Etsy, history, fashion, shoes, style, World War II, the Cold War, light, animals, birds, dogs, cats, fish, Flickr, classic rock, music, the Beatles, the Who, the Rolling Stones, technology, mystery and suspense, the Great Depression, the Dust Bowl
Favorite Movies Lots...I tend to watch certain movies over and over, whether they're Oscar caliber or not! Movies like Urban Cowboy, Coyote Ugly, A League of Their Own, Midnight Cowboy, That Thing You Do!, Return to Me, Jaws, I can go on and on and on... I am open to almost any movies and I love seeing something new.
Favorite Music Everything! Favorite band of all time is the Beatles, but I love almost all classic rock, as well as every era in between, and genres like classical, jazz, heavy metal, alternative, etc. If I hear it and I like it, I'll listen to it. I don't care what genre or era it's from.
Favorite Books Too many to list... I love mystery and suspense, especially books like "A Is for Alibi" and such by Sue Grafton; Jonathan Kellerman's Alex Delaware novels; Patricia Cornwell's novels, Ann Rule's true crime (I love true crime!), and so on. I'm also very into history and love reading about World War II and the Great Depression. I especially find the Battle of Stalingrad fascinating, as well as the DVD series "The World At War" absolutely engrossing. I just finished a book about the Dust Bowl which was really neat, and a book about Hawaii by Jack London. But I'll read everything from comics to true crime. I can't seem to find enough time in the day to read!

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