March 2nd, 2012

Parasites

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I started blogging around the year 2000 on the early platforms, joined the now deceased GJ in 2003, and finally signed up for LJ in 2004 where I've consistently kept the same journal (although I did use a rename token to distance myself from a few things...). I've been around a while to say the least. I'm looking for others that have weathered the storm and have a good grasp of how this goes.

I don't comment on every entry, but I do read them all. I don't care if you don't comment on my entries often. I'm just here to entertain you.  It's ok if you're only here to find something fun to read! I think people over look the value of that aspect of LJ.

Another thing.. life happens. People come and go. Users that have been around know this well and are less likely to throw a tantrum about someone being on hiatus. These are the kinds of users I'm looking for. In layman's terms, attention whores need not apply.

I'd rather have someone that posts and comments when they feel compelled to, not because they feel like they must. I feel like these types of users are much less fickle and are more likely to put in the effort to get to know their audience.. rather than going on deleting sprees because they're attention starved.

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Looking for more friends

Hello All:

My old livejournal transformity.  I haven't been on livejournal in awhile.  Today, I started a new one, to start fresh, to come back to livejournal.

I love Tori Amos's statement, “I know I'm an acquired taste - I'm anchovies. And not everybody wants those hairy little things.” 

I love all kinds of music - I love music that grabs me and doesn't let go.
When I am not stuck in the daily grind, I love to write, paint, and read everything and anything.

Over the past 2-4 years, I got into ghost hunting, spiritual warfare, austrian economics, and american history.
I am also taking classes and learning more about psychic protection, Isis, religions, reiki and energy work.

My journal will mainly be about my experiences making my everyday life something I feel comfortable in, something I can be proud of, something where I can express myself and my talents and not some soul sucking representation of all the stuff I am doing instead of what I should be doing.

Ideas I encounter along the way and things that inspire me to get *cough* i mean - soar through the day.
I have my journal set to default explicit adult content so I don't censor thoughts, ideas or language. 


Thanks
Erica

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