Hiya! I’m Tiffany, and this is (as you guessed) my blogging home.

A bit about me:

I’m “almost 30” and constantly trying to convince myself that I’m an adult. Sparkly gif art and pop music with a lot of bass make me happy. What can I say? I sew my own clothes, spend way too much time on my planner, and have a perfectly healthy obsession with embroidery. Working as Young Adult Librarian in my local public library only reinforces my crazy, creative lifestyle. Most days, I choose to share all of that with you!

Unfortunately, I have a pretty un-rad health condition (hence chronic) called Arnold Chiari Malformation Type 1. Don’t let fiction confuse you; there’s nothing romantic about being ill. Some days, being creative means writing short stories in my head because I can’t lift a spoon to feed myself, let alone my garment sheers or paintbrushes.

I could do none of this, without Husband – sailor, soldier, law enforcement officer, and now working for veterans at the state level. He cooks, he irons and takes care of me when I blow past my limits. He’s amazing, in a word. We have two cats, Frank and Gorgeous, who also lead very spoiled lives indeed.

Comments or questions are always welcome. Working in a high school for nearly five years made me immune to “awkward.”


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