What about me???
Well, let's see...I have a passion for being creative, either with a needle and thread or a skein of yarn, in the kitchen, or, in the backyard... It gives me great comfort and satisfaction to see the end result. You know, that "look what I accomplished" feeling.
I absolutely LOVE to take a piece of material or a skein of yarn and turn it into something special. Sewing or crocheting - for family, friends and once in a while for myself, is something that I really enjoy.
I also love to cook and bake. And I collect recipes. Lots and lots of recipes. I try to see just how creative I can be to hide veggies in a dish for my "green beans and carrots only" loving husband.
And flowers, I LOVE flowers!!! Pots of flowers abound (occasionally) in my backyard, and, as long as I don't get too busy sewing or crocheting or cooking and forget all about watering them,( nope, that NEVER happens...sigh...), they overflow in splendid, colorful beauty.
This past year my best friend, ie: the Hubby, helped me create what we now call "The Woman Cave", my own little corner of our home that I can stash my yarns, fabrics, patterns and all my cool "tools" that help me turn all that yarn and fabric, with the help of the patterns, into cool things.
I decided to share some of these things that I do with ya'll and also have a place where I could document my creations so, the Hubby hooked me up with this new blog! I tried "the other place" for blogging for a time, but could never remember what I was supposed to put where. Go figure! I can decipher crochet patterns in a blink, but can't figure out the columns and rows on that "other" place for bloggers. Anyhow, this is what he does, and I'm happy to be the tester of his latest development... Plus, I get the added advantage of telling him what I like and don't like, and what needs to be made easier for us non-techie types who still wanna have our own lil' corner of the web. Not that he doesn't push back, in his techie reasoning way sometimes, but, when that happens, I just whip out a crochet pattern and ask him to tell me what he's supposed to do with it. I usually make my point. :-)
Hope you stop by often, and if you are so inclined, feel free to leave a comment or two.