Hi. I’m Emily. This is my blog. Thanks for stopping in.


But let’s be honest. 

This blog isn’t about me. It’s about my pins. 
As of this moment, I have pinned 3,567 images on the popular virtual pinboard, Pinterest. 

I pin recipes that make my stomach shout for joy. I pin outfits that my closet wishes it could hold. I pin artwork and designs that make my paintbrushes and fingers cower. 

But this blog isn’t about me. 

You see, my pins are tired of being orphans. So we’re taking them back to their roots. No, not back to their original pinner. They’re going back to their creator. This blog will peer into the family trees of pins everywhere, and in doing so, all of you will come to know some amazing artists, designers, creators, thinkers, explorers, bakers and the like. 

Because I don’t want my pins to remain pins forever, and I want their creators to get the spotlight they deserve. 

Enjoy. Let’s look within the pin.



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I'm Emily Ann Moschner. I was raised on the sunny side of a street in Port Richey, Florida. Growing up, I doodled, sprinkled chalk dust on rollie pollie ollies and yes, hand-copied pages of the dictionary.

Some things never change.

Now, I call Gainesville my fake home. I am a journalism student at the University of Florida, and to the despair of my notebooks, I still doodle. Instead of feed, I photograph insects, or anything else I find remotely picturesque. As for the dictionary, well I am constantly flipping its pages wishing those days of copying had led to any of it sticking in my head.

Alas, I created a blog. To be real, it's for a class. Or maybe that's just an excuse because I follow about 80 and this was the next natural step.

Within the Pin takes pins that I have fawned over on Pinterest and uncovers the creator, designer, explorer, artist, baker and the like behind them. I want to give them the credit they deserve, and I want all of you to be aware of some remarkable art, designs, whereabouts, recipes and more.

So thanks for stopping by.
Let's dive within the pin.

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