Photo found here.
I know you’ve all been just DYING to know my life history, secret fears, and whether I prefer coffee with cream or milk. Right? Right.
Check out this interview for the whole dirty scoop.
And while we’re at it, I’ll let y’all know that you probably won’t be seeing much of me around here for the next month or so. Once I get my life a little more in order (i.e. once the semester ENDS), I should have a little more time for fun things.
Until then, mi amigos.
I’ve been on the other side of the camera, so to speak, many times. I’ve interviewed doctors, lawyers, graduate students, even a curandero. But this is the first time I’ve been interviewed for MY stuff!
Janelle of Nomad Crafts Etc. put together an interview and some archived photos in her blog. Be sure to check it out for all of my People’s-magazine-worthy dirty little secrets.
If you like what you see, come say hello at my Etsy shop. There will be brand new items posted later this week… stay posted!
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Since taking a course on osteology last semester, I’ve been drawn to anatomy charts. Aren’t these great?
1. Heart in a Jar by kivaford
2. Antique 1916 Human Anatomy/Organ Charts from kelleystreetvintage
3. Butterfly Wing Tags by CatnipStudioToo
4. Bone Butterfly Hair Pins by silentcheesecake
5. Little Skull Notebook by esbertscollection
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