Who am I?

yahneverknow is Michelle.
She is a woman who is often mistaken for a girl. That’s probably because she both looks and acts like a girl.

This blog is new as of March 16, 2012.
The first post is here and does a much better job of explaining why this blog exists.

Michelle hates talking about herself… hence, the vaguely anonymous blog.
But here are some quick facts, in no particular order, in case you’re interested.

  • went to the University of Chicago but never graduated
  • enjoys knitting, crocheting, and dyeing yarns
  • has a cat is currently pet-less 
  • has dreams of playing poker for a living
  • was the tallest girl in her class until 3rd grade
  • has a thousand different laughs (no, really)
  • wishes people could be more honest
  • has had her own sourdough starter, though she has not named it and it has died a bad death

Anything else you want to know? Feel free to ask. Though, if you’re creepy, I probably won’t answer.
If you enjoyed reading or seeing something on this blog, groovy. I’m glad you came by.

Cheers!
Michelle

7 thoughts on “Who am I?”

  1. So Michelle, what are the odds of us meeting so to speak again in a completely different forum? Fate, Kismet? Not sure if I spelled Kismet right but am too lazy today to check.

  2. I don’t know I think it’s a sign. Just bought my Mega Millions tickets, and I am going to win that bad boy! I have no idea how you calculate the odds of something random like today, but think about it.
    You discovered my blog 3 days ago, then I found yours. I just joined the poker site tonight and wasn’t even going to play cash, but decided to try it just to get the feel of the site. Of all the tables I could have chosen and you could have chosen we end up on the same one? And you use the same name as your blog, so I take a stab and ask if it’s the same person. The odds have got to be pretty damn astronomical.
    Yeah and super-wacky-crazy too!

    • Hope one of the tickets is a winner! Hm. Thinking that the odds of winning the lottery may come close to the odds of running into you at that table. Heck. You just might win. :)

  3. The odds are probably about the same, sadly though I didn’t win the lottery. Having met someone as cool as you though is a very nice second prize!

  4. I was an eternal optimist for a short time, but then I got creepy. Nice page!

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