My name is Emily, and this is my blog!
I don’t really know what to say about myself, but since potential blogmates should always know the worst about each other, I’ll have to start somewhere.
(That was a Sherlock quote. Does anyone love to watch Sherlock as well?)
Some boring, rudimentary facts:
- I am alive.
- I am a girl.
- I live in the USA.
- I am still in high school.
- I have brown hair.
- My personality type is apparently ISTP.
Some interesting facts:
- I am a Christian!
- I *heart* making stuff, whether it be food-related or craft-related.
- I speak fluent Harry Potter quotes.
- If I were a superhero, I’d be Wolverine.
- I ABSOLUTELY LOVE ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING J.R.R. TOLKIEN
When I was younger, my dream job was always to be a baker. Then I grew up some, and my dreams changed, and then they landed on personal trainer (That was in the space of like eight years). But then I realized that I don’t really enjoy dealing with people (hence the I in ISTP) and my dreams shifted some more… and now my dream is to open a healthy bakery! Sadly, I’m not yet old enough to strike out on my own, so for now I will settle for a blog with which I can broadcast my ideas to the world. But someday I’m gonna open up a healthy bakery and get a dozen offers to be on Food Network a day. Not that I would accept any of those offers because I don’t want me or my business to become about fame or money. Nope, I just want an excuse to bake all day 😉
My first step on the road of crafting was when I was in second grade, at the tender age of seven. I was at my friends house, and her grandma was teaching us to sew little bunnies out of felt (think of MIffy). Well, it all went downhill from there, and here I am several years later sewing hats and snowmen and bags. For some reason, crafting has never been an attractive career to me. I don’t want it to be about money
Wait, did I just stop in mid-sentence? Well, it’s now February 2, 2015, and the last time I edited this was June 28, 2014. How did that happen?
Well, after nearly 8 months I have certainly lost my train of thought. What was I thinking, stopping in the middle of a sentence?
I really don’t know what to type now…
Oh yeah! A disclaimer ( I DON’T KNOW HOW TO WRITE THESE HELP):
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THAT WAS SO BORING. Oh, disclaimers… a necessary evil, I suppose. Ah well. Sometimes there’s no avoiding them.