Last Online: December 9, 2012
Birthday: September 10, 1985
Country: United States
Born-and-raised Bostonian trying to fit in as an Indiana transplant. Experiencing a mid-life crisis in my late 20s. Trained in esthetics and makeup artistry. Fumbling to put together a small crafting business. Married to an aeronautical engineer, and raising two adorable cats. I love looking at fashion but loathe the fashion industry. My favorite movies are usually the cheap ones at Marshall's or TJ Maxx or the $5 bin at Wal-Mart. I filled up an entire bookshelf in one summer. I am an extremely thrifty shopper and freebie fiend. I am quite crafty - mostly subversive crafts. I never dreamed I would own my own pinball machine, but now I've got Pin-Bot in my living room. Devoted to the following causes: autism research and support, mental health support, women's issues and animal rescues. I adore postcards - they're like miniature art. Total brony/pegasister. I have a lead foot in the car. A typical night with my husband includes episodes of Top Gear and seeing my mother getting bothered by us being fans of the Mannings. I love spoiling people with presents and cards and letters all decorated with stamps and stickers. I love traveling, especially by plane. I enjoy the subversive, the damned, the underbelly of society - I feel like I fit in with it. If I ever had cancer, I would want my first post-chemo meal to be cooked by Anthony Bourdain. If "philosopher" were a paying gig, I'd apply in a heartbeat. I like an organized mess in my home. Owning a house isn't as dreamy as it sounds. I can create amazing delicacies and scrumptious desserts from scratch, but cannot for the life ot me make a piece of french toast. The social guidance films that bored students to death in the 50s entertain me highly. I love Mystery Science Theater 3000, RiffTrax and Cinematic Titanic, and the best part of watching movies at home is the ability to make fun of them. I hate pink things being marketed as the only option for girls/women, yet it is my color of choice when it's an option. My husband went on a rant about luggage fees and lost bags during our vows.
I don't even know if that's everything.
Whatever I can get with a YouTube converter.
Old exploitation films, and anything that I can riff. I'm currently hooked on anything with a great bass line.
Mystery Science Theater 3000, My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, Monty Python's Flying Circus, Top Gear, old educational films, and various tidbits on teh intarwebz.
Embroidery, sewing, cross stitch, knitting, reconstructing clothes, decoupage, fiddling with scrap parts, jewelry making, deco den, paper crafts, polymer.
Derpy is best pony.