|Occupation||I'm a wife, a mother, a blogger, a quilter, and I'm a Mormon. :)|
|Location||American Fork, Utah, United States|
|Interests||Quilting, reading, growing cherry tomatoes and pumpkins, eating good ethnic food, wearing flip-flops, and hanging out with my family.|
|Favorite Movies||All those Jane Austen flicks, Elizabeth Gaskell mini-series, Downton Abbey, the Princess Bride, Singing in the Rain, School of Rock, About a Boy, Napoleon Dynamite, the Sound of Music, Little Women, Thoroughly Modern Millie, A Room With a View|
|Favorite Music||Most Musicals, lots of Classical, U2, Sting, Indigo Girls, James Taylor, some folk, a smattering of 80's classics|
|Favorite Books||North and South by Elizabeth Gaskell, Jane Eyre, John Adams by David McCullough, Pride and Prejudice, To Kill A Mockingbird, These is My Words, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, Three Cups of Tea, the Peacegiver, the Scriptures|
Describe the sound of a moist waffle falling onto a hot griddle.
Do waffles even fall into griddles? I mean, don't you cook waffles in a waffle-iron? And aren't waffles-before-they're-cooked just batter? Plus, the best waffles aren't moist/(soggy), they're crispy on the outside. So this question is just silly.