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Industry Technology
Occupation Security Software
Location From Virginia Beach, VA, Living in Southern New England, United States
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Introduction My name is Kimberly, and I live in New England with my husband, Rich. I work in the manufacturing world of uninterruptible power supply systems (UPS). For those who might remember the period in 2003 when several states experienced power outtages, my company had helped a lot of those people by supplying emergency power via battery juice. In case of legal issues, I will not state my company name. But I will say that I am in Software QA, ensuring that my application is up to our engineering product standards. Plus my job allows me visits to Denmark, where I get as much Garnstudios Drops Alpaca during my trips! Since January 2005, I have added knitting to my craft repertoire (I also know how to crochet, sew, and was an avid cross-stitcher at one point). I figure that one day I may get picky enough to spin my own yarn and weave my own fabric. Oh, and did I mention that we have bunny rabbits in the house? =:8
Interests houserabbits, bunnies, knitting, crocheting, baking, cooking, gadgets, Ford Mustangs, model trains
Favorite Movies 'Til There Was You, The Princess Bride, Fools Rush in, Platoon, White Christmas, Oscar, Clue, all the Star Wars films, all the Monty Pythons, anything with Dolph Lundgren, anything with Lucy Lui, anything with Nicholas Cage, anything with Val Kilmer, anything with Phoebe Cates, anything with Brendan Frasier, anything with the younger Tom Cruise, anything with Jeanne Tripplehorn, anything with Tia Carrera
Favorite Music classical music (I absolutely ADORE Frederic Chopin and Igor Stravinsky), punk from the 70's, alternative from the 80's, techno from the 90's, today's new country, and anything else I might fancy during my mood
Favorite Books The Jade Unicorn by Jay Alpern, Pebble in the Sky by Isaac Asimov, Dragon Magic by Andre Norton, Red Hart by Andre Norton, the Dragonriders of Pern series, anything by Piers Anthony, anything by Leon Uris, anything by James Clavell, the Chronicles of Narnia, anything Shakespeare, and whatever I can think of later

What's the most amount of sand you've ever had in your swimming trunks?

I don't wear swimming trunks. ;)