Lira

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About me

Gender FEMALE
Industry Religion
Occupation Devious Daydreamer
Location Siskiyou County, California
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Introduction Reclusive thirty-something. Married for ten years now to an honest-to-God Prince Charming. Mischievous Christian. Vegetarian with raw vegan aspirations. Fond of black lace. Forest-dweller, soon-to-be little-house-in-the-woods-owner. Holds a BA in Religion, and a Raw Vegan Gourmet Chef & Instructor certification. Has worked in child care, education, special education, youth ministry, and children's ministry over the past sixteen years. Reads books like Cookie Monster eats cookies. Writer, artist, and musician. Laboriously learning how to dance like no one's watching. Intensely curious about life, the universe, and everything. Resonates strongly with Lewis Carroll's Alice. World just gets curiouser and curiouser every day.
Interests Christ Jesus, spiritual disciplines, prayer, ministry, writing, fantasy/sci-fi, poetry, special education issues (and education issues in general), social justice, literature, fine arts, internet and computer technology, cats, ecofriendly living, vegan lifestyle, theology
Favorite Movies To Kill A Mockingbird, Twelve Angry Men, Signs, The Village, Silver Bullet, Master and Commander On the Far Side of the World, The Emperor's New Groove, Amelie, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, Hero, Jaws, Finding Nemo, Ginger Snaps
Favorite Music Autumn Tears, Lullacry, Within Temptation, Nightwish, October Project, Apocalyptica, Rasputina, Lacuna Coil, Two Ton Boa, t.A.T.u., Epica, Elis, Scarling, R.E.M ., After Forever, Iona, Loreena McKennitt, Therion, Collide, Stoa, Persephone, Dark Sanctuary, The Changlings
Favorite Books Annie Dillard, Ray Bradbury, George MacDonald, Anne Lamott, Joyce Carol Oates, Ursula K. Le Guin, C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, Emily Dickinson, Tad Williams, Dallas Willard, H.P. Lovecraft, Stephen King

Which is more important to you and why: flexibility or expandability?

We need to be able to flexibly enjoy the circumstances we encounter in the world, rather than expansively claim more of the world than is our due.