If you could have witnessed anything in the course of history what would it be? why?
This is such a hard question, but seeing other people answer the Library of Alexandria - yeah. That's a lifelong time-travel dream, right there
Also up there: seeing the Beatles perform back in the Cavern days (or really at all, but in the Cavern days we could have been friends... right?), dinosaurs, Alexander the Great (another long-time fascination), going back to see the Phillies' '08 world series win in person rather than on TV.
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If you could master anything immediately what would it be?
First thing that comes to mind is speaking Korean.... After being into k-pop for nearly six years, I can read the alphabet but usually don't know what it means, other than names and key phrases (I can get around pretty well in a Korean restaurant, plus the phrases "all day (haru jongil)" and "from head to toe (moributo balkkeutggaji)" show up in a ton of songs, so how could I not know them? And some pretty basic stuff, like honorifics and numbers and small talk and "I love you". ... And "watermelon" and "apple". And probably some other unhelpful stuff.)
I'm fascinated by languages and linguistics in general
Currently working on learning Spanish and Irish Gaelic, relearning French and German. I went to a school where French and German were required classes 1st-8th grade, then you could choose French, German or Spanish for high school. I did 12 years of French. I remember shamefully little 8 years later.
I keep playing with what I have for nowheresound instead of finishing it. I can't help it because it's so cute. But I must finish it so I can start on the other items.
After seeing this and your other comment, I am screaming very, very quietly to myself.
I like to post my projects on twitter/instagram/sometimes facebook. Gotta direct them towards the people who will shower me with the most love for them
I've been playing with the pattern for the medium for two weeks while I gather materials.... The problem is that I have such a distinct vision for it that I'm having trouble finding things that fit. I'm really excited about it, though!!! I think it'll be really cool when it's done.
The small is sitting, finished, on my craft table. The problem with that one is that I had two ways I wanted to make it, and now I want to try the other way. I have the time, so maybe I will, and then just decide which one I like better.