Here are some random useless details about me to get to know me better :)
Born and bred in Montreal, in an Italian family. I’ve now hit my thirties, living the single and happy life.
I’m an aspiring writer, amateur photographer, knitter and all-around crafter.
I have been known to sniff yarn.
I’ve studied a total of nine different languages in all my years as a student (some of which may or may not be considered dead). I only use about three of them now, and speak only one fluently.
I’m a huge geek! I love both board and video games, comic books, superhero movies and watching Space. I also watch ridiculous amounts of the Discovery Channel, National Geographic, History and Animal Planet. I also love BBC dramas and Britcoms.
I’m a big movie buff in general. My tastes range from the black and white oldies right up to the modern day plot-less summer blockbusters. What I don’t like are today’s stupid comedies and most chick flicks that don’t star Hugh Jackman.
I’m also a history buff and believe that I was meant to be born in the 1920’s.
I love all animals (alright, I have issues with the arachnid variety, but I respect them as awesome hunters), but am mostly a proud cat lover. There is no more honorable position than being the “chosen one” for a cat! I am also obsessed with Greyhounds and plan to rescue one when my circumstances will allow such a commitment.
I have my own little world with my own little voices and my own little dreams. One day, hopefully my psychoses will be published to share with the rest of the world and I will be viewed as a great story-teller instead of insane.
I love reading – my favorite store in the whole world is Chapters. My main reads tend to be classic lit. My greatest accomplishment was Anna Karenina, my biggest failure was Emma (I dislike Austen), and my absolute favorite is The Great Gatsby.
I love to travel and have had the opportunity to visit Italy, Germany and Japan. But above all, I have an unhealthy obsession with Ireland and dream constantly of going there one day soon.
I drink copious amounts of warm drinks. Tea, coffee, hot chocolate; it’s all fair game. My preference, however, is tea, ideally at a local tea room. Throw in some fresh baked goods, a good friend and some yarn, and I’m utterly content.
I dream of time and space.