Books are my weapon of choice, yarn is my medium, and ink gives my words a voice. For a long time, I’ve kept a personal journal, detailing my life and all that goes within it. Beginning here, on this blog, is like having a fresh notebook ready to be filled. Unlimited potential, so many things to be said and shared. I’m excited to start writing here, and while I could go on and on at this very minute, it would be nice to introduce myself properly.
I’m Autumn. That mug up there is mine, and I quite like it. Currently I’m a sophomore in college, diarist, philatelist, and crafter. I like to read, knit, and watch a lot of Star Trek on Netflix. Aside from my hermit tendencies, I go on picnics, play tabletop games with my family, chill out with friends, and try really hard to be funny. I have a job that fuels my need for yarn, stamps, and books. Stir that all up with a deep and abiding love for knowledge and family, and I’d say you have a me on your hands.
Mostly I’ll write about knitting and reading, because those two things are pretty much the main deal around here. I’ve been knitting for seven years, and crocheting for four years. However, I will most definitely be sharing my exploits in beekeeping, crafting, philately, and travels. If you like the same things, drop a line in the comments. I’d love to get to know you, and your blog, if you have one.
I do have a goal with this blog- it’s to share my words and my stories. I’ve read and adored many other blogs over the years, and for some of them, I felt like the authors could have been my friends. The idea of sharing my interests with others online appeals to me because I can reach out and have friends that live all over the world, and while we may not live closely, we can still have a friendship that lasts.
And, before you ask- this blog’s title is inspired by the poem To Autumn, written by John Keats. Keats is my favorite poet, just as Vermeer is my favorite artist, Aerosmith is my favorite band, and purple is my favorite color. I’ll see you on Wednesday!
Oh- ’till then, why don’t you introduce yourself in the comments? It would be great to know my readers just as you know me!