Argh! I hate these 'About me' boxes. As if I, or any other being, could be summed into a short paragraph that covers the fundamentals of the enigma that is the human personality. But for sheer aesthetics I will note these few and scant details about myself: I don't like cookies and cream icecream, I'm blonde, I love to write and music is my muse, I am not as obnoxious as I first seem, I love many things in my world but feel my world could do with being enlarged drastically, I get peeved with people who don't even make an attempt to spell correctly, I miss my Nan, I could not function without my dog Seven, my two children are to me as crack is to a junkie, I have no nor ever will feel the need to read war and peace, I blame the gnomes for my missing washing, I love fast, shiny cars but don't think they are practical unless your a middle-aged, balding millionaire just out of his third divorce.
I am real, I immerse myself in fantasy but I can see the line where it should not be confused with reality although reality in my opinion is just a manifestation of the social ineptness and guilt refined by human nature, so that makes it all sort of an oxymoron. Oh and I gave a brilliant sense of humor, or so I've been told
Anyhoo time to put pen to paper,
- Ive been told my discriptive presence is astounding so I guess thats worth something here.
My Favorites: Reading and Writing
Fiction: Literary, Romance, Sci Fi/Fantasy, Short Story
Vanity Fair by William Makepeace Thackeray Vol II 1886
Twilight Series by Stephenie Meyer
Vampire Cronicles by Anne Rice
White Raven - Diana L. Paxson
The Tell-tale Heart and Other Writtings by Edgar Allan Poe
The Goldsmiths Wife - Jean Plaidy
Song for a Raggy Boy by Patrick Galvin
One Thousand Paper Cranes - Takayuki Ishii
Nothing...need a new suggestive refrence for a good book I havent read yet I think.
Curled under my feather doona on a wet and dreary day with nothing but the rain pelting against the roof tiles to disturb the quiet. And if its not a fat day then the above with the added quality of the rich scent of hot chocolate and marshmallows wafting to draw my attention from the pages.
Fiction: Children's, Sci Fi/Fantasy
Pandora - See Anne Rice's novel Pandora
Edgar Allan Poe