I made the leap to a big girl blog recently. My inspiration came in the form of the “About the Author” page in a new waffle recipe book. Generally, I don’t find that page particularly riveting, but as I was waiting the two and a half minutes it takes to sanitize my son’s feeding paraphernalia, a mentioning of “kittens on a fence” caught my eye. This author Katherine is multitalented; not only does she concoct dreamy waffles, she also “is the author of Perfect Pie and Pastry Recipes: Homemade Dessert Pies Made Easy Cookbook, Satisfying Slow Cooker Recipes: Meals Your Family Will Want To Come Home To, and the co-author of Names for Cats and Kittens: More than 2000 Names for Male and Female Felines. She has also published 50 Appetizing Muffin Recipes with Nutritional Information, and Kittens on a Fence Kindle Cover Crochet Pattern.”
She profited off of a Kindle crochet pattern. Go Katherine. I decided three things right then and there.
1. Her tester waffles may have included a stray kitty hair a time or two.
2. Chocolate BROWNIE waffles? Can we make this woman a saint and give her her own day?
3. People should be uninhibited in pursuit of their passions, regardless of how (fill in the blank) they are. Unashamed. UNAPOLOGETIC, even.
Although it’s been years since my English teacher stint, I still write, just because I like to. I feel like keeping a journal of collective thoughts on my computer is something an introverted World of Warcrafter would do, and that makes me concerned for my mental/social well being. This is my redemption, and Katherine and I don’t mind other people’s opinions. This is a read-at-your-own-risk, personal observations gone wild type of website, and will probably not include any outfits of the day.