If wispy and worldly caught your attention, good! I’m a lot of other W words as well. Whimsical, willful, washable, Wizard, worthy, wrong (sometimes!), wise, and wordy. Also, you read that right, I am a Wizard. Shhh… don’t tell anyone, I don’t want to be shipped away to Hogwarts! ** “What kind of person doesn’t want to go to Hogwarts?!” ** You ask? The person who recognizes the best magic can be found at home. And probably online.
I enjoy things like…
Thrift Shopping, Mexican Food, Trains, Wet Weather, Academia, Nerdism, Dogs over Cats, Ok Cats are cute too, Art, Introvertedness, and Puzzles.
What makes me unique?
- I’m a statistically average female, with statistically unaverage interests, usually.
- I listen to baroque and classical music when I write,
- I listen to “relaxing rain” when I sleep,
- I want to be a published writer when I grow up.
** Also, how long can I use the term “when I grow up” for as an adult? **
- Oh and clearly I’m using an Alias… or is my nickname Alias?
Does your weird match my weird?
Great! Either way, really! We are all unnatural, uncommon, unalike, unforgettable individuals. That itself is fantastic! Be you. Be unique. Embrace what makes you different. I do.
Today I decided to follow some possibly detrimental advice, and use my so called “good brains”. Use them to blog that is! It has been determined by a dear friend of mine, that this is where my existence should take me next. I (fondly, but not so fondly) agreed, because the physical act of writing reminds me that not all is lost, even when I am. When I can’t tell front from back or left from right. I still have my imagination. And in that writing I am reminded that I am intelligent, even if I do not have an IQ of 140. And lastly, even if no one reads anything I write, I am still taking a big step forward, by opening myself up to deadly public criticism…
But, what the heck? I know I am my worst critic. So what do I really have to lose?