|Occupation||Web development support technician|
|Introduction||Welcome to Eyebrow, the sporadically updated blog written by me, Tessa McKnight. Eyebrow represents a life of adventure. You can find a lot of different things here, mostly relating to the latest thing I've been thinking about. I'm married to the world's greatest and most handsome man ever, Chuck. We live in northern Kentucky with our crazy dog, Maizey, our evil Holland lop, Tamar, and our gentle (but misguided) snail, Gary. We also have a hermit crab, but he's not worth mentioning. Orange is my favorite color. Three is my favorite number. Being barefoot is my favorite thing ever. Coffee is amazing. Homeschool graduate, future homeschooling parents, love of Jesus, slave to Christ. That about sums me up!|
|Interests||reading, writing, journaling, blogging, sewing, animals, farming, gardening, herbs, baking and cooking, talking, driving, old barns, taking pictures, jewelry that is amazing, big words, Chuck, people, problems that are hard to figure out, adventures, getting lost, hippos, buttons, woodenspoons, coffee, coffee mugs, glasses, digging through trash, finding treasure, creating new things, emailing, Bible study, stuffed animals, pictures, purses, bare feet, dogs, Holland lops, jeans, flip flops, flowers, old letters, leather belts, kissing my husband, Pixar lamps, candles, books, hymns, music, poetry, love letters from my husband, snails, thimbles, French press coffee, robo hamsters, puzzles, playing the piano, wearing skirts, belt buckles, cowboy boots, eyebrows, eyeliner, pillows, chickens, cast iron, raw milk, cedar, NHBC, Answers in Genesis, binders, paper, daily planners, lists, beards, crooked teeth, long hair on guys, guys and girls holding hands, dried flowers, mosaic coasters from the U.P., the color orange, mismatched plates, silverware stored in coffee cups, loud music, a good sub-woofer, creative lettering, good fonts, dictionaries, sunsets, the sky, the moon and stars, long walks, lisps, running with my husband, mismatched socks, Konos and FIAR homeschool curriculum, checkers, when my husband plays his guitar, children's stories, good and proper punctuation, church building signs that are cleverly done, writing on cars, making fresh homemade bread, homemade shampoo and conditioner, seeing my family after a long time, fresh haircuts, used book sales, Michigan, looking forward to things, rumble strips, loud bass...|
|Favorite Movies||Home on the Range, Little House On the Prairie, Gettysburg, UP, Monsters Inc., Sound of Music, Anne of Green Gables, Finding Nemo, The Lorax, Horton Hears A Who, Beauty and the Beast, IndoctriNation, Homestead Blessings, Good Luck Charlie, Sherlock, Murder She Wrote, Andy Griffith, The Never-ending Story, The Gospel of John, Batman...|
|Favorite Music||Matt Papa Rodney Atkins Newsboys Toby Mac Hawk Nelson Kanon Lynda Randle Matt Redman FM Static Jeremy Riddle Jason Cox Josh Wilson Michael Card Owl City Todd Agnew Ten Shekel Shirt Jamie Grace Keith Green Buddy Greene Jars of Clay Gungor Need To Breathe Keith Urban Glad Bluetree|
|Favorite Books||* When God Writes Your Love Story by Ludy * When Dreams Come True by Ludy * The Three Weavers * The Princess and the Kiss by Jennie Bishop * The J.M. NASB Study Bible * The Holy Bible * The Beauty of Modesty by Vaughan * Streams in the Desert by L.B. Cowman * Quest For Love by E. Elliot * Passion and Purtiy by Elisabeth Elliot * On the Anvil by Mac Lucado * My Utmost For His Highest by Oswald Chambers * Making Brothers and Sisters Best Friends by Mally * Lies Young Women Believe by N.L.D and D.G. * Let Me Be A Woman by Elisabeth Elliot * I Kissed Dating Goodbye by J. Harris * How To Be a Lady by Harvey Newcomb * ESV Study Bible * Crazy Love by Francis Chan * Coming Home by D. Lewis * Boy Meets Girl by J. Harris * Books by Grace Livingston Hill * Before You Meet Prince Charming by Sarah Mally * Beautiful Girlhood by Mable Hale * A Young Ladies Guide by Harvey Newcomb * A Lamp Unto My Feet by Elisabeth Elliot * 31 Days of Praise|
How do you pronounce the 'g' in bologna?
Baa-low-G-nah. Yes, yes indeed. That is how *I* say bologna and how everyone should say bologna.