Friday, February 22, 2013
KATIE LEWIS: Author of "I Am Awesome At Making Everything"
So, recently I was asked to write a short biography. About yours truly. This, by the way, is AWKWARD. Maybe if I was one of those really annoying people who love to brag about themselves it would be easier. But, unfortunately, I'm this really humble person who's too busy giving her time to serve squirrels and bunnies to think of all the reasons I'm great. Anyway, I suffered through it anyway and wrote one. Or four.
After nine years (and several gold medals) in Olympic figure skating, KATIE LEWIS settled down with her husband and daughter to enjoy the simple life. Approximately one month ago, she learned how to sew and her book I Am Awesome At Making Everything is already at the top of the New York Times Bestseller list. She currently lives in Africa where she is perfecting the art of South African cuisine.
KATIE LEWIS is a great lover of all things cat. Her feline friend, Fuzzball, is the inspiration for her latest line of fabric, appropriately named "My Pwechious Fuzzy Fuzzball." Her other lines, "Cats Cats Cats," "My Kitty's So Pretty," and "If I Were A Cat I Would Be A Fat Cat" have been top-selling at fabric stores nationwide. She currently lives in Wilmington, North Carolina with her husband, daughter, and 63 cats.
Most know KATIE LEWIS from her starring roles in every single movie ever made, but what her fans don't know is that she is also an avid seamstress. Not only has she made every piece of clothing in the entire world, she has also hand-sewn enough quilts to wrap around the world and give it a big hug--twice. She currently lives in the White House where she works as the President of the United States of America.
KATIE LEWIS was born into the world with no arms, legs, or head. She defied all odds when she not only lived, but became an avid crafter and seamstress. Her novel, "Look, Ma! No Head!" climbed to the top of the charts in record time. She currently lives in New York City where she works as the creator and editor in chief of the magazine, "Katie Lewis Living."
So... which one do you think I should go with?
For extra credit, please write a better biography (about me, obvi) and leave it in the comments.
Posted by Katie Lewis at 1:53 PM