I’ve been pondering posts I can do that don’t require a camera, and Robbie over at Knitxcore must have unwittingly read my mind, because he posted this handwriting meme which seemed like a fun thing to do. So, here ’tis!
1. What is your name
2. Blog URL
3. Write: The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.
4. Favorite quote
5. Favorite song (at the moment)
6. Favorite band/singers (at the moment)
7. Say anything you want
8. Tag 3-5 bloggers
I’ve always been really fussy about my handwriting, which is not to say this is terribly neat, but I can’t write crazy fast. The moment I try to write something quickly, it just explodes into an incomprehensible mess. It made taking notes at school and college a bit of a production, I’ll tell you that much.
Here are the peeps I tagged; go check ’em out, they’re lovely:
I occasionally love to write letters or notecards, there’s something special about handwritten notes. Do you like your handwriting? Do you write with pen and paper very often? If you do this meme, comment with a linkie!
Throughout my entire life, the biggest obstacle between me and what my mother calls “living successfully” is a habit my father calls “fiddle-farting around”, known to the wider population as “procrastination”. If I had a paper to write for university, my house would have to be spotless before I started; to the point of completely reorganizing even those areas that were already clean and tidy. If had a class to get to, that seemed the perfect time to check my Youtube subscriptions. And sometimes, it would just be the good ol’ Xbox getting in the way of chores and what not.
Well, today, I ought to be photographing my works-in-progress to post here and on Ravelry, designing buttons for my Etsy store, working on my WIPs, designing titles for some videos and filming said videos, and most of all, starting to pack my house up for a move. And yet here I am, pinching a blog meme from Tony of BonitoClub (excellent chap, excellent blog). That’s just how I roll, y’all.
A. Age: 28 (I had to think about that far longer than is reasonable) B. Bed size: Double C. Chore that you hate: Diiiiiissssshhhhhhesssss! I will turn myself inside out just to get out of doing dishes. D. Dogs: I live in a cat household. We have a cheeky younger puss named Jingles and a crazy old lady cat named Lady P. E. Essential start to your day: If I can just manage not to sleep through my alarm, it’s a good start. F. Favourite colour: Green! Had you noticed? G. Gold or Silver: Totes silver. I just think it’s nicer, but also I’m a ginger and gold clashes with my coloring. Eugh. H. Height: Six foot, on the dot. I. Instruments you play: None competently, but I learned piano to Grade 2. That doesn’t count does it? J. Job title: Crochet instructor, retail grouch and office temp. K. Kids: None, but I have names for them if they happen. Is that weird? Creepy? No? Do people do that? Hmm. L. Live: Melbourne! That yummiest city in Australia. M. Mother’s name: Mama, of course. ^_~ N. Nicknames: Mostly Raynie or Pie (Pie is a long story and derives from Gatsby, believe it or not). I also get Ray-Ray which I’ve come to silently hate. O. Overnight hospital stays: Well, once when I was born, months and months when I was a wee bairn because I had some crazy disease that no one could figure out at first, and I nearly died (exciting, huh!) and then a few years ago for a week and a half because I had cellulitis. It’s a skin and tissue infection, not dimpley skin. I don’t think they hospitalize you for that… P. Pet peeve: Ugg boots and flip flops in public. Unsavory. Q. Quote from a movie: “Every shadow, no matter how deep, is threatened by morning light.” – Rachel Weisz in The Fountain, one of the greatest films ever made. R. Right or left handed: Right S. Siblings: Nada T. Time you wake up: It happens when it happens, hopefully on time. U. Underwear: I just got some new ones with retro space prints. ^_^ V. Vegetable you hate: Cauliflower. Blech. It’s like the gross evil sibling of Broccoli (which is awesome). W. What makes you run late: Oversleeping or procrastination usually. X. X-Rays you’ve had: I’ve had a bunch of dental ones, I can’t remember how many though. Y. Yummy food that you make: I’ve been making lots of ricey things with the new rice cooker. Not that it takes much effort to make… throw it in the pot, press a button. Blam! It’s done. Z. Zoo animal: Lion! Of course.