I loved revisiting this post. 4 years ago my answers are a little different. I would choose gardening,knitting and hiking/camping now. Still though...birds, and sewing and spinning and baking and my birds are close behind. Funny how things change just a little as we age. Not so much into my bike now. Will be 60 soon and very grateful to be as active as I am. So fun to read about what you all love to do as well.
Dream like you have a lifetime ahead of you. Live like you only have today.
Aidan that is such a pretty name. My grandfather's family on my Dad's side are from Ireland. I would love to visit there one day. Have you been to Ireland yourself? What got you started in learning to dance?
My latest hobby is making paper flowers. I make fabric ones so it just seemed like the next step. I use a scoring board. I love my card making kit from Stampin UP! it is so much fun. I look for the box to come in the mail every month now.
"Aidan that is such a pretty name. My grandfather's family on my Dad's side are from Ireland. I would love to visit there one day. Have you been to Ireland yourself? What got you started in learning to dance?" Thank you! My father was 100% Irish and my mother was infatuated with the culture, so I started when I was 6. I never got to the highest level, so I am trying to do so now as an adult 20 years later... I actually just competed in our Regional competition in Portland this weekend. It's the biggest one of the year and it was just amazing :) Sadly I have yet to go to Ireland, but it is definitely up there on my travel list.
Here's a photo incase anyone is interested:
California Country Girl transplant from Ohio - Bibliophile & Blogger - farmgirlaidan.wordpress.com Sister #7664
Crocheting is my first hobby. I find it to be relaxing. I also like to do simple crafting, and my third is repurposing discarded items that I find at garage sales or thrift shops. There are so many things I like to do. Now that I have joined the sisterhood I am finding more things that I would love to try. I plan on starting a garden this coming spring.