On Blogger since November 2004
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Blogs I follow
- amateur idler
- An Actor Writing
- Bobby Pin Blog
- Canadian Blogger Girl
- Dishfull Thinking - Comics by Matthew McGuigan
- Feet of Shadows
- Hammers and Strings
- Hyperbole and a Half
- I am a Prisoner of Words unsaid.
- In search of white waves
- living life
- No one belongs here more than you.
- send in the clowns
- Sitting, Waiting, Wishing.
- slow september
- The 17th letter
- The Exscribition
- The Purple Turkey
- Two Hour Title
|Introduction||Music's the only thing that makes sense in this world. I like comparing life to music, or a road. I like using analogies to explain things that can't be explained. I feel like I constantly change, but I'm still not changing fast enough to keep up with the world. I'm afraid of large crowds. I'm afraid of complete solitude. I'm full of contradictions. I like to imagine that I can think on a deeper level than I actually do. Sometimes I want to run away. Comments encourage me to post. I'm afraid of being just another face in a crowd. I'm not sure whether complete silence would be calming or frightening. I love having heart-to-heart talks with people. Nicknames make my life complete. If you ask me how I am, and I say I'm alright, chances are I'm not alright. I like things that smell nice. I hate being late. I hate being stressed. Being late makes me stressed. I don't like getting dressed up and being really girly because it just takes time. It also makes the few time that I do be really girly even more special. I get jealous really easily. I'm a hopeless romantic. I like dark and scary books about murder, suicide, rape, and psychics.|
|Interests||Lord of the Rings, Animals, Music, Reading|
|Favorite Movies||Lord of the Rings, Pirates of the Caribbean|
|Favorite Music||Simple Plan, Linkin Park, Avril, Sum 41, various soundtracks and concertos...|
|Favorite Books||Lord of the Rings, ...almost anything else...|
Lionesses have no manes. How do they know when they've grown up?
Females, unlike males, don't need anything to tell them when they've grown up.