Friends and acquaintances of area woman Alana Legault report that she has quickly assimilated her week-old embroidery hobby into her personality.
“Embroidering is really what keeps me grounded,” said Legault confidently, fully embracing a skill she only recently learned as an essential component of her happiness and well-being. “I don’t know how I’d get by without it.”
“Whenever I see a denim jacket, I just feel a need to start stitching some designs into it,” Legault asserted, suggesting that an activity she has tried a handful of times has become central to her entire worldview. “You know me! I just can’t get this stuff off my mind.”
A few days later, Legault was fashioning the fact that she “used to do embroidery, but just doesn’t have the time for it anymore, but would love to pick it back up at some point” into a defining character trait.