Date Joined: June 10, 2009
Last Online: December 15, 2017
Birthday: December 19
Country: United States
A big part of life is how you look at the things you experience; I'm not saying a positive mindset will solve all your problems, but it will help you to see the things that you can change to make those problems better. I like that idea. And I like to spread my positive mindset to you and everyone I encounter on Swap-bot. I hope that shows, and I hope that if you've swapped with me, or will swap with me, that you have experienced that.
The world is filled with so many human creations, things that are often vital to modern day living, like running water, air conditioning, etc. I feel it is so imperative to know how things work (in order to fix them), and I like to push myself to learn (youtube is such a great tool).
I love to laugh, organize, play outside, challenge myself to be a better person, learn new stuff, go on outdoor adventures, exercise, travel, eat, write, and make stuff. I love trying new things whether it be a sport, a food, or a way of thinking.
I am learning Spanish and Dutch on a free website called Duolingo, and also learning guitar.
â˜† Kawaii stuff â˜† Cool paper stuff, elaborate origami â˜† Colors: aqua (my favorite), silver, grey (the sort of mixed grey, like a cotton t-shirt), anything brightly colored â˜† Scents: vanilla, strawberry, sweet/fruity stuff â˜† Humor, laughing, jokes, satire, sarcasm â˜† Science, technology, physics, mechanics â˜† Animals, plants, gardening â˜† Dreaming, sleeping â˜† Thinking, philosophy, psychology â˜† Refined/detailed artwork â˜† Music, sounds of violins, violas â˜† Reading â˜† Food â˜† Running, biking, swimming, volleyball, jump roping, sailing, sailboarding, hiking â˜†
â˜† Tea â˜† Japanese/Kawaii- letter sets, memo pads stickers, envelopes, etc. â˜† Survival gear! â˜† Postcards/thoughtful letters or notes â˜† Anchor designs/nautical themed stuff â˜† Delicious foods/candies from different places or countries â˜† Handmade - Charms, plushies, matchboxes, envelopes, anything quality that you made â˜† Something unique, amazing, or surprising â˜† Something you think would make me laugh â˜† Bath items/soaps â˜† Journals/writing supplies â˜†
â˜† Items customized with my name on it â˜† The scent Sweet Pea â˜† A large quantity of paper scraps, like magazine cut outs, recipes, random ads, etc. â˜† Disney, Didl themes â˜† Drinking coffee (although it smells good) â˜†
â˜† **NOTE: I'm not allergic to anything.â˜†
â˜† RATINGS: People are imperfect; we all make mistakes, arrive places late, and mess up swaps occasionally. Swap-bot is meant to be a fun, non-stressful community. So before rating a 3 or a 1, put yourself in their shoes, and ask yourself if rating them low is really the right choice (and if it is, then don't give them an undeserved 5). Ask yourself what you would expect from a fellow swapper if you were in their situation. Always message someone before rating if you have an issue. Practice the courtesy that you want other swappers to practice. Remember that your rating will be on their profile forever, effecting all aspects of their swapping. â˜†
â˜† MAIL: If I say I sent an item out on a Sunday, that just means it is in the mail, and will be shipped the following Monday. â˜†
â˜† PLEDGE: I will always rate for every swap, and I will put my best effort into everything I send out. If you ever feel like I should receive a 3 or a 1, please message me before rating, and I will be glad to work with you. â˜†
If you've read this far and you still want more, here is the bonus section, which are all my strange thoughts.
I call it, "If I were Allowed to Quote Myself." Please take a seat and fasten your seat belt. Keep all arms and legs inside the cabin for the duration of the scroll. Enjoy!
â˜† My Life Motto: "If people have done it, it can be done and if it can be done, then I can do it."
â˜† "There's not enough lines In ridiculous Haikus To say what I mean."
â˜† "Having a negative attitude=overlooking small chances to make things better."
â˜† "Fortune Cookie: Quiet the tendencies that were stirred up in you by others, and make way for the tendencies that lead you where you actually want to go."
â˜† "One of my sunflowers smells exactly like a tootsie roll."
â˜† "Envy breeds discontent, admiration promotes happiness."
â˜† "One day, you won't exist. But today you do. What are you gonna do about it?"
â˜† "Hammocks are definitely cradles for adults."
â˜† "Dirt is nature's graffiti."
â˜† "There's something about the contained looseness of writing that typing could never surpass in satisfaction."
â˜† "Combine oranges and peanuts: tastes like grass."
â˜† "Laziness is the propellant of a mindless, sleepy daze."
â˜†"You go through life, you work, learn, play, dream, and everything is magnified in front of you. You see the ingredients that make up your world, but only the ones in closest proximity. And then there are the rare moments when, you Stop. And you see everything differently. Where even are we, as humans? You look past the paved roads and bright lights, the internet and tv screens. You see the night, the stars, other galaxies within view, you see something bigger than yourself, bigger than anything you or anyone else knows, and you're filled with wonder rather than uncertainty. You find a piece of the universe that tells you your surroundings are silly. You feel the actual sights of the world itself, and not the stuff that humans put on it. At least, that's what happens to me."
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