Date Joined: July 31, 2010
Last Online: June 19, 2013
Birthday: June 22, 1953
Country: United States
I am 59 year old married woman who loves God, my family, and my dogs. I am retired from teaching but I teach preschool 2 days a week and I work part time at a library. I am married to a wonderful man and have two grown sons and two grown stepsons. I have one wonderful grandson. I have dogs, five, which in many eyes makes me crazy but I love my dogs. I have one cat and one bird, also. I love them, too. I teach a Preschool Sunday school class and a preschool Wednesday night class.
I love crafts and seem to want to do everything. Quilting is my main hobby right now and has been for a long time. I also hand dye fabric. I knit but often rip out more than I keep in. I belong to a Stitch and Bitch group. I like to knit and then felt in the washing machine. I also like to needle felt. I like the feel of it. I want to learn how to use stamps better to aid in card making and also with fabric. I am also interested in beads as in embellishment on fabric.
I love to read and I loved teaching reading. I belong to a Book Club that meets once a month. I love mysteries and chick lit. But I don't like to read books that makes me cry. But some of the best books do. My favorite book is "Owen Meany". For my birthday I received a Book Nook and love it. I am now on my second Nook.
I like old rock and roll from the sixties and seventies. I recently saw James Taylor and Carole King in concert and loved it. Now it isn't recently but it was still a great memory.
I like all most everything. I really like seeing what other people create. I usually have no preset idea of what I am going to use the swap for before time and when I receive it then I can see where I am using it. I know this seems wishwashy but it the surprise I like more than telling someone what I want (except for family members in gifting situation). I know that it makes me hard to meet my profile wishes but so far I have loved everything I receive.
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