About Me

Hey! Thanks for visiting my little spot on the interwebs. Since you took the time to pop over, I'll take the time to warn you about me...I mean, introduce myself. So here it is:
*I'm 30-something years old (who can keep track at this point?), and live in a rural area of southern New England.
*I'm super type A. I REALLY like organizing things. But I hate cleaning. I really really hate cleaning. So it's safe to say I live a really organized yet, dusty existence.
*I sell gloves for a living, among other things. But mostly gloves. I work with my family and that's actually awesome. Plus it's really hard to get fired. Definitely a bonus given my regular tardiness.
*I have a pug named Pia and she is amazing. Seriously. I'm sure your dog is awesome and all, but P really is the best dog on the planet.

*I have a few hobbies. I shall outline them below (see? Type A):
     -HORSEBACK RIDING I ride competitively. As a teen and while in college, I was actually pretty successful. Now I'm happy to survive the horse show and maybe get a good photo. Ahh what comes with age... I have three horses right now:
Rio is my oldest, and the love of my life. Seriously, if I had to choose between him and a human, it would be him for sure.

Jamp is my number 2. I haven't had him as long, but he's a pretty great guy!

  My newest one is a little guy named Ducky. This is the winter that wouldn't end, so I haven't even sat on him yet.


  -RUNNING When I was 29, it was suddenly not so easy to lose the "winter weight" that lodges itself on those of us living in cold climates between November and March. Like really not easy. So I started running. I'm pretty slow. And I mostly hate it. There is much whining while I'm doing it. But it burns a lot of calories, and I have some really fantastic running buddies, both new and old, who make it seem fun sometimes. I've completed 3 half marathons so far, and imagine I'll be talked into some others in the future (ahhh peer pressure...)

    -NAIL ART I like to paint my nails. When I was 7 or 8 I used to paint them with crazy things like stripes and dots and lines and whatever. Then when I was a little older, I started painting little scenes on one of them. A horse in a field, a person sunbathing at the beach... all very impressive. And then I stopped because I was busy. More recently I've attempted to start doing fun nails again. So we'll see if I stick with it. But it's cute and creative, and not expensive.

   -JEWELRY MAKING More specifically bracelets. Occasionally I'll make a necklace or something, but mostly just bracelets. It's fun and creative, and I can do it sitting in front of the tv. Win-win! Plus I save money by not spending 8 times as much on something I can do myself.

   -SHOPPING (for items on sale...) This maybe isn't a hobby. But I really enjoy it. I love new stuff. Yes, I'm a little vain, and that's totally stereotypical. But whatever. I'm also cheap and Jewish, so there ya go.

2 comments:

  1. Hi Stacie!

    Just wanted to let you know that I'm hosting an equestrian blogger contest and you've been nominated!

    Here's the post with the details: http://horsehack.com/2016/09/27/horsehacks-equestrian-blogger-contest/#more-1400

    Let me know if you accept the nomination, I hope you do!! (to accept, please e-mail me at info@horsehack.com)

    Don't forget to spread the word about it and nominate some blogs of your own! :)

    Thanks,
    Aryelle Stafford
    HorseHack.com

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