May 4th, 2013


So here we are again.

I feel like a lot of times when I post here, I get an influx of (cool) friends, who then suddenly stop posting in their journals. I don't know if they were here on a whim, just starting out on LJ and decided this blogging style didn't suit them, or if life simply got in the way (as it often does), or hell, if I drove them away (yes, I think very highly of the influence and impact I have on nearly complete strangers (except not really)). Who knows. God knows I'm not the most consistent blogger myself, but when you're gone for, like, six months, there's a good chance you're gone, right?

I'm 30 years old, socially anxious, married, feminist, GLBTQIA-positive, SPED-educator-looking-for-something-different, would-be writer, fangirl geek. I mean, basically. I post about day-to-day life, trying to get back to posting media recs, pics, other things of broader interest (that also genuinely interest me), and entries with a little more "depth." I occasionally post about fandom, usually in relation to transformative works I'm consuming/producing (fic, art, meta, vids, etc.) or in the context of cons (don't attend frequently, but go when I can). I leave the more nutzo fandom talk for Tumblr.

I like to write, but have been going through a hell of a dry spell lately. I make clay charms and paint a bit, love to cook (cook, not bake so much), work out, geek out, rock out... yeah. My interest list is comprehensive, if you want to check it out.

Childfree at the moment, but hoping to be in a position to change that in the not-so-distant future. Right now we have a cat. I don't picspam/gush about her too often, but, you know, she comes up.

Looking for interesting people who are fandom-friendly, creative, laid-back. Comment as you will, when you feel you have something to say. Just drop me a line, k thnx.