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Well, my current blog layout is... conflicted at best, but I just had my first day at my ´new´ job and I had to post! For anyone who is not soooo updated on my life at the moment (because we haven´t talked in a while, or maybe you´re just one of the random lovely people who follow my blog) I HAVE QUIT MY DAY JOB!!!

Edit: I already left my job! After a lot of soul searching (so much as a semi nervous break down spurred on by the starling realization that you hate your job is) I realized that I needed to go after my dream of really starting my online business.

So I am :D.

Okay so most of what I did to day was just clean up and run errands. I have sort of been neglecting the cleanness factor of our house for let´s say 5 months, but still it felt good to do something besides sit behind a computer all day (unless that is playing games... cause you know I would heart that.) I went to Ikea with Mum and got some things for my ´studio´ yesterday, when it is in a somewhat presentable state I will make sure to take a picture, before I ruin ti again. Plus, at the end of today I got in some actual crocheting time so I am a happy camper!

Crafting with a little help of an Ancient one:

Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn :P


  1. I'm so jealous!!! I can't get the hang of crochet.. These are so cute! I'm sure those will sell, definately.

  2. Haha, if you come over one time I could try to teach you! And thanks, I hope they do. I am going to get a stock pile together and then put them all on Etsy ^_^

  3. I didn't realize you quit. Yay!!!! again!!!!


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