22. Avid journal-er, knitter, sewer, bicyclist, reader, and crazy cat lady. Currently living in Ohio. Cook, baker, pizza maker, and sometimes model. I like falling snow, midnight paddles, whiskers, making things, plants, sharp cutlery, tea, and being human.
I only just saw this today in my inbox-
What is one thing you regret?
Sleeping through my freshman and sophomore years of college. I missed out on a lot of things I could have done. At the time I hadn’t realized that I could go out and have fun on my own. So I remained depressed and numb to the world.
Do you miss anyone? If who, why?
Shannon. She is sunshine, and clarity, and rightness. She rings beautifully with my soul.
What is your favorite memory?
Recently? Sitting with Phil curled around me, the cats prowling my room, Shannon perusing Women Who Run with the Wolves, listening to music as a perfect night ran by.
Anything you need to tell someone, but are too afraid to say?
A friend of mine back in PA can’t take the hint that I’m really not interested. I love her as a person, but she is not my type. At all. She is too high maintenance for my tastes, and I’m too chicken to come out and say it to her.
Where is your favorite place on earth?
Vermont. The Green Mountains. There is a certain magic to the land there- I’d love to go back and visit/live.
What did you want to be when you grew up?
I wanted to be a vet, I believe. Today I just want to live fully, enjoying and loving the people in my life.
Do you have a dream?
A little self-sustained country house on a plot of land, a bunch of sweet/crazy kids running around with a sweet/crazy husband to match, tons of rescued animals, and possibly a home business making beautiful things.
Favorite movie of all time and why.
Howl’s Moving Castle. Because.
Name something that changed your life.
Brian. Being around him for two years drastically changed who I am. For the better. And while he was good for a time, I’m much better off not being with him now.
What would the theme song of your life be?
Granuaile’s Dance, performed by Mairead Nesbitt
Is there one artist, book, song or movie that you just cant live without?
Robin McKinley’s The Blue Sword
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