Date Joined: September 15, 2010
Last Online: February 17, 2018
Birthday: March 24
I'm an American feminist living and teaching English in Germany.
I love romance, travel, Marvel, and being creative. I write, read, and take pictures for fun. I'm not married and I don't have children, but I'm very in love with my niece and nephew :)
I'm as liberal as they come.
I HAVE JUST DISCOVERED WASHI TAPE AND I AM IN LOVE
Doing a bullet journal and it's already getting out of control.
John Adams, Jane Eyre, Lamb, paranormal romances. Romantic comedies. Romances in general. Biographies. Captain America fanfiction.
The Mummy, The Mummy Returns, both versions of Romeo and Juliet, StarDust, Serenity, The Fifth Element, 1776, Sleepy Hollow, Stargate, Pride and Prejudice, The Sword in the Stone, Flower Drum Song, The Producers, 1001 Arabian Nights, Newsies, The Canterville Ghost, The Saint, Goonies, the Captain America Movies (omg how good was Civil War?!)
The Golden Girls, Firefly, Many Korean/Japanese/Asian dramas, Jane Eyre (1982 with Timothy Dalton), Jane Eyre (2006 with Ruth Wilson), The First 48, Forensic Files, Downton Abbey (RIP). The 100, Outlander.
I used to keep up with so much, but then I got a "real" job and now it's all about the Kdramas. Luckily a girl at work is into them too!
If we are swapping something craft related, I can never have enough yarn or fabric. Yarn--cotton would be best, but I like acrylic too. I like bold colors. If you have any patterns for crochet or knitting, send them on over!
Travel themes equal big love. I'm not so much into road map type things, but postcards, handmade or store bought journals to write in, good pens (I love those BIC pens, the short ones that you can just squeeze your hand to click?) to write with, handmade or store bought stationary with matching envelopes, envelopes made from magazines, or a handmade city guide would be great.
Stuff to stay organized with teaching--I've been a teacher of English as a Second Language for years. I was in South Korea for one of those years teaching in a Korean kindergarten. I never got to go to China or Japan, but I will. I now live in Germany and plan to see much of Europe.
I majored in history.
For some reason, I find Christopher Moore's humor absolutely hilarious. Mostly because of his word play.
I like random facts. If they are historical in nature, you are my new best friend. You never know when you'll need this stuff on Jeopardy or during a rousing game of "Dude, Did You Know...?" (it's an ongoing challenge I've got going with my Biology-major best friend. I'm fighting on the side of Liberal Arts majors everywhere, lol)
I do not believe that a person must be formally educated to be considered intelligent. As a university grad, I have been witness to incredible acts of stupidity during my scholastic career.
I'm not very religious. I appreciate religion in all its forms, but I'd rather not get into overtly religious messages or discussions. You've got your way, I've got mine--it's all good.
I have a musical family. Mother--piano, guitar, accordion. Father--guitar, dulcimer, mandolin, drums, piano. Brother--drums, guitar. Me--Zip. Nada. No way. But I love music. Love love love it. I have been the captive audience for years.
Stationery. I'm not really a heart/flowers/puppies/kittens/Diddl/horses kind of girl.
Stamps, stickers, any kind of cool paperclip.
Recipes. I'm on LCHF/Keto and I love it! Any new recipes would be great!
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