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Oldest, and now grayest female in a house that also contains my husband, B, my 7-year old daughter V, and our red-eared slider.  Former and relapsed infertile who always dreamed of a big family.

Work full time out of the house while I’m waiting to discover what I want to be when I grow up. And believe me when I say IT security is NOT as fun as it sounds. ’nuff said.

Serial crafter, haven’t met a craft that I couldn’t like – sewing, knitting, candlemaking, card making, scrapbooking…sadly, it turns out that a 7-year old who never sleeps and a full time job don’t leave any time for any of those.

Recovering drunk and addict. University drop-out. Still dream of going back and finishing that last year and a half, you know, before I’m some interest piece for being the oldest woman to ever receive a degree.

Can’t believe I nearly forgot this one – 10th degree procrastinator.

+Neeroc

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6 Comments leave one →
  1. DivisDiva permalink
    January 24, 2011 1:34 pm

    As a fellow “serial crafter” I too can attest that sitting in front of a black box all day isn’t nearly as fulfilling as spending the day in front of the sewing machine or at the craft desk. We really need to figure out how to make our crafts pay so we can retire from the technology world!!

    • neeroc permalink*
      January 25, 2011 11:22 am

      If nothing else, the supplies I’m hoarding are my retirement fund!

  2. May 26, 2011 4:44 pm

    i knit, scrapbook, decoupage, crochet and some origami. I think I’m mostly a serial knitter because I have so many unfinished knitting projects.

    • neeroc permalink*
      May 28, 2011 12:01 am

      Hi! The UFO, what knitting basket doesn’t have one or 14 of those. I cannot wait to be able to knit again. I did much fondling as I packed all my wool up.

  3. southernwoman permalink
    June 20, 2012 4:56 pm

    Hi, I’ve gotten off to the wrong foot with you. I am a mother of 4, grandma to 8. I have worked with children professionally for many Years. As a child advocate, to children who came from very abusive homes, I saw and heard many things. I have a very protective instinct when it comes to children. I don’t have a badge. Have a good day.

    • June 21, 2012 2:53 pm

      Hi, thanks for stopping by and for your explanation.

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