Cobwebs asked: "What are your hobbies?"
Hobbies? Sweet lord. I have a three year old and a baby, both of whom prefer not to sleep, thank you very much. I change clothes, brush hair, wash faces, change diapers, wipe butts, brush teeth, etc. all day long. I prepare, serve, and clean up ten meals a day. I do at least eight loads of laundry a week, usually while carrying the baby. I load and unload the dishwasher at least once a day, usually while carrying the baby. I clean the house, pay the bills, nag my husband and have two (soon to be three) paying jobs. If I am very lucky I get two hours a day without a child attached to my hip. I'm supposed to have hobbies? Are you sure? Does showering count, because I try to do that at least a couple of times a week. Oh also, I maintain a constant level of total freaking hotness. Obviously.
So actually, I hate this question. I have always hated this question. Relaying my hobbies makes me feel like a loser. But let's do it, shall we? Let's see, I have this website thing that I write, but I don't usually tell people about that. I like to exercise - no really, I do, I would love to be able to run every single day - but since Owen stopped napping I haven't been able to figure out a time I can actually do it, so that doesn't happen. I guess the answer is the same as it has always been. I like to read. I hate saying that reading is my hobby though, because it makes me feel like some kind of socially-inept nerd, and since I am a socially-inept nerd it cuts too close to home.
There you have it. I blog, I think about running, and I read. Oh, and I watch stupid tv while doing two out of three of those. I tried to take up knitting for a while, but I sucked and it was too hard to do while typing.
So what are your hobbies anyway? Go ahead, make me feel bad about myself, I don't mind.