About Me

I’m not going to use this page to expound upon embellished accomplishments or happenings that have no bearing at all in the real world.  I know the Internet is the great leveler—a place where anyone can be anything, and people either believe what they read, see, or hear—or, people accept that everything, at least on the Internet, is uncertain.  I’m asking you to do neither.  I simply ask that you take everything I have to say at face value and understand that I’m just trying to figure things out too.

I’m thirty-mehmehmeh years old, a daughter, a sister, a wife, a mother, and a college graduate with bachelor’s and master’s degrees in secondary English teaching, with interests in creative writing, transforming the traditional classroom through technology, yardsaling, and spoiling my shih tzus.  Please don’t think that last part is a euphemism for something.  I am a self-diagnosed and unmedicated perfectionist with OCD, with a positively arid sense of humor, and I’m a Sagittarius INFP, in case you’re wondering.

I have no problem admitting that I cry during most Disney cartoons, and I have never seen Titanic in its entirety.  My favorite books are Fahrenheit 451 and Neverwhere.  I am infatuated with the Highlander television series, not because the plots were especially exciting or the characters compelling, but mainly because of Adrian Paul and his fabulous hair.  Adrian, if you’re reading this, call me.

I plan to restart this blog because I’m looking for you, my audience, because I know somewhere in this world you must exist.  Hopefully you’ll see something in my blog that strikes a connection.

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2 responses to this post.

  1. Awesome it is always good to write and create. It is a driving force in one that sometimes is quite maddening! The need first to create and then the need to share. I myself am posessed with both! An artist is an artist and will always be. So I say create with joy and share with love!

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  2. Whoops just realized that I misspelled possessed. It’s never a good thing to incorrectly spell a word to a teacher! Sorry Missy!

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