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Pinning holds my heart and soul, and is clearly fundamental to life itself

What can I say? I'm not an early adopter of anything. Not fashion, not art, not technology. I've convinced myself it's because I don't want to be lumped in with the here-today-gone-tomorrow culture. That's why I waited until Doc Martins were on their way out before I bought a pair. The iPhone? Just got one and I don't even know how to use it yet. And skinny jeans? Well, they're not popular enough ... Which is exactly why I've waited until now to jump on board with Pinterest. I didn't want to just do what everyone else was doing. My obsessions must be hard-won. Now, Pinterest isn't just any obsession. It's so much more.  It holds my heart and soul and is clearly fundamental to life itself, as both my husband and I sit in bed pinning away until way past 9:30 p.m. You could say I've finally found it: a social media application that makes sense to me! Pinterest didn't sound interesting at first. Scrapbooking on a computer? That's just weird. Plus, I saw a speci...