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  • Birthday 09/03/1973

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  1. My husband is an Accountant, so I just give him the data and it gets done.... and I stay out of his way... so its usually done once we have all the paperwork, sometimes it takes a while to get everything.
  2. I have the Milwaukee County Zoo calendar (we're members, so it arrives without my having to think). I also use a hand drawn Bullet Journal.
  3. Finishing the minis i started for last month's NMM classes with Aaron Lovejoy. Finishing a study of sheer fabric. And tackling a bust I started last spring. I painted myself into a corner, it needed to be painted disassembled which led me to paint sections to completion rather than paint everything at once. Now, I don't think the parts look quite right together but I don't want to ruin what I've done. I know what I need to do... its just paint after all... but I'm a bit scared.
  4. I actually find it *very* helpful to take several classes on the same subject from different teachers. Good plan!
  5. Justin McCoy is a great teacher and also owner of Secret Weapon. I've taken two other classes with him and can recommend. Greg Zuniga is owner of Wicked Elf which make awesome vellum plants; Also a great teacher. I have not taken a class with Dave Cecil, but I've heard good things. You could probably contact them via Reaper to get more specific info on what they plan to cover in class and see which best aligns with your interests. I'm personally taking Mister Justin's class but thats mainly because I haven't gotten to take one of his classes in a while...
  6. Thank you! My daughter wants to take Yeji's Chibi eyes class, but it is past her bedtime... Now I can let her know she can just watch it later ;) Do you know how long after a class runs before it will be available VOD? I know the Reaper team will be busy so I just want to set her expectations.
  7. Both please! Some interesting things to spice it up (fiddly bits) and a good area or two for getting creative.
  8. Not really, but the racoons like to climb our house... I'm really not sure why.. My mother has the feeding covered at her place . She takes care of the birds, deer, squirrels, bunnies, groundhogs, chipmunks, turkeys, a neigborhood cat or two, and the occasional fox.
  9. I rarely skip anything when I re-read, I also tend only re-read if it has been a really long time between reads.
  10. One of my well developed DnD characters names. They have personality to go with them. Gabrielle Fiend ...my primary alter ego since 1996. My second DnD character. Only used once as an alias IRL and that was just a diversionary tactic. Not recommended to meet her in a dark alley, or for that matter a bright sunny spot... Or Lydia Lightfoot ...My Living Greyhawk character... a very different personality associated with this one. But let's just say... she has her own inn now. I've been Dragoneye since my first ReaperCon (2016) If I had to go on the run I'd roll a new character and go with it... I never figure out the name until the end. But the process would give what I need to slip into the role and be someone else. Epitome. Ep ih tome Like it's spelled... duh? Lol
  11. No. It usually doesn't require much impetus from other people to get me to do crazy stuff.
  12. Senior year, spring break, my friend (also named Heather) and I went to San Francisco. My first trip without my family and we had so much fun. The mimosa breakfast was hilarious.. it involved way too many beverages. I think we had 6 glasses/cups and one tiny plate each. The waiter asked us if we would like more 'jews'... and well... I seriously hope we tipped the poor man well. That same day (I think) we also visited Alcatraz. We got the walking tour recording and the proceeded to walk the tour in the wrong direction... we learned a lot, out of context. The last ferry was at four (If I remember correctly...) and when they blew the whistle to embark, we were on the other side of the island. We ran like two musician nerds with the same name have never run before. I actually had to jump a little gap as they were pulling away when we arrived. And that was the night I almost spent on Alcatraz.
  13. Nothing. That's weird isn't it? I keep my purse completely empty. I only put what I need in it when I need it. My 'wallet' is my phone case and has my id and 2 credit cards... effectively nothing. Don't get me wrong, I have lots of random stuff... I just dont carry it around with me.
  14. High fructose corn syrup <insert healthy eating rant here>
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