What were you doing ten years ago?
That would have been the summer of 1998. I had just graduated from college and I was about to start work at Trinity Repertory Company in Providence, RI.
Today's "to do" list?
- Buy tinfoil. I used up the last of it on a mad cap craft project and was dismayed to find none in the drawer when I went to heat something up!
- Finish my Journal Quilt submission.
- Photograph some projects for Sultane.
- Book at ticket for next weekend's crop in Haverhill, MA.
- A long list of work related tasks.
I'm addicted to:
- Diet Coke
- Crystal Lite Ice Tea
- Project Runway and Design Star
- My Computer
- Any Kind of Crafting!
What I would do if I were a millionaire:
Donate more to charity, buy a big apartment here in NYC, create an endowment for my theatre company, and save for the future.
I've lived in:
Born in Oxford, England. Moved to Watertown, MA then Montclair, NJ then Brookline, MA then Watertown, MA again then Washington D.C. then Brooklyn, NY then Watertown, MA again then Providence, RI then New York, NY.
I always feel awkward about the tagging people part. So, I'm not going to. But, here are some links to blogs you might enjoy:
- Kira McKee: She's the message board coordinator and a design team member at My Kits & Pieces. And one of the nicest people on earth.
- Craft Critique: Lots of reviews of crafting tools and supplies. They're still doing CHA reporting and have some videos of products being demonstrated.
- Quilting Arts Blog: This is the blog for Quilting Arts Magazine. Lots of mixed media stuff to gawk at!
- Ink Stains with Roni: K&P blog stalker Bobbi, found this one. Roni has so many cool techniques on her blog. Truly awesome!
- Sue: Sue is a wonderful artist from Australia. I love her blog. So much mixed media goodness!
- Ali Edwards: Ali is probably one of the most well known scrappers on earth, so I'm sure you've been to her blog, but if not, there's the link. I probably only visit her blog once every month or two, and if I'm being honest, I skip almost all the posts that are lifestyle related or personal. But I really love her project ideas!
Finally, I thought I'd share a kind of weird link with you. Over the past year, I've collected layouts by other people that I love. They're all in my "Favorites" album over at SIS. If you'd like to take a look at some stuff that inspires me, you can find it all here.
Thanks for stopping by!