The Wobble and Bio

So, I’ve been asked, by whom I can’t say (yet), to write a new bio for their ‘designers’ page. You would think this would be a simple thing; a quick “this is me” little paragraph. Well, you’d be wrong.
I’ve been staring at a blank screen for quite some time. Long enough that the thought of telling ya’ll about how difficult it is crossed my mind. And yes, I might be a little whiney about the whole thing. Whiney enough, even, that my kiddos have decided to attempt to help. It’s been a family effort, and my page is still blank. Difficult for them to understand that I’m just not that interesting. There is nothing unique or interesting that anyone would want to know. I’m perfectly average. Then, my J, I can always count on him to bring humor, suggests, “You should add your dance credentials.”
You see, my sweet E, my baby girl, will be turning 16 soon and we have been working on the playlist for her dance party. Well, you know, dance party means, yep, dancing. So, being the insane mother that I am, I have been YouTube surfing. Tutorials galore. That’s right.
I can Wobble. I can Whip & I can Nea Nea. Add those to the Electric Slide of my EARLY teen years (don’t ya’ll go tryin’ to put a date on me further than I am), the Cotton-Eyed-Joe & Two-Step -because every Texan worth their salt can do those in her sleep and of course, Cumbia -you remember I’m married to a Latino, right? I am going to dance. Or boogie down. Or turn up… Whatever the kids are saying these days.
Dance like nobody is watching, or, more truthfully, like all of my kids’ friends are! Ha! Embarrassing your teens, that’s what its all about right? I have to do this. It is my obligation, as mom, to give my children memories of a lifetime. Something they can talk about for years. Stories that will live on for many many Thanksgivings to come. Bwuaaahhh ahhhh ahhhhhaaa
I exaggerate a little, my teens are actually quite on board with my dance moves. In fact, we are going to attempt to learn the Footloose dance together. That’s right, all of us, dancing in our wee space, squished in front of the computer screen. When the trailers a-rockin’, just come on in.
Oh wait, I haven’t told you that story. The trailer. Next time, friends.
Oh! and no, I still haven’t written that bio.

NatCroMo

Hello, friends!
Welcome to my somewhat barren space. I’ve been away from the blogging world for so long I’m not sure where to begin.
So, I’m guessing most of you have found my little flat on the internet via Crochetville. Many thanks to the brilliant and beautiful ladies, Donna and Amy!!
A few of my basic details: I’m a stay-at-home, homeschooling mom of 4. I’m from the Texas Panhandle where I live with my family, including: 1 dog, 2 cats, 3 rabbits and 2 chickens. I knit, crochet & spin.

Today is my big kick-off day for starting to write again! I am very excited the day has finally arrived and you are here to share it with me! You’ll be able to find my chit-chat at this very location regularly. I’m not sure of what my exact schedule will be just yet, but we can work that out together, yes?

Okay, so a bit more about my crochet… I know, I know, that’s what you’re here for 😉 I love love love to design. I can’t get it out of my head and onto my hooks fast enough. I seem to do about half my work for magazines and half through self-publishing. Tell me, which do you prefer? Do you like being able to purchase individual patterns and pick exactly what you want?

Speaking of publishing, I can  give you a sneakity peekity of a 2 new shawls that will be released over the next week. Actually ,I’m hoping to get Amarillo Long formatted and live today!

This shawl is Fun & Games. Created from Indigodragonfly’s amazing yarn, Mergoat Lace in the exclusive color for Yarnover Truck. If you’ve not heard of them, make the jump. They are a great little traveling yarn store in southern California.

And noow (you’ve got to read that in your announcer voice) what you’ve been waiting for –
Buy any RV designs pattern and your 2nd will be free (equal or lesser value and all that jazz).
Your Revelry code is: NatCroMo

I‘m so glad you have stopped by. I do hope to see you again, very soon.