I forgot that this blog was about my expression. I could have absolutely zero limitations on what I put on this thing. I could plummet the depths of my depression, explore my violent side. Destroy my inner monologue and generally just let it all hang out. I’ve been whoring myself out to the internet recently. […]Read more "Family Strangeness"
I am in an online history course right now and it has been eye opening but not for the reasons you might think. I know a lot about history, it’s one of my favorite subjects and I enjoy learning about all the complicated events that make up humanity and how we got to the place […]Read more "Nostalgia"
I’m pretty focused on Inktober right now, maybe it’s because I’m doing this challenge with my significant other. It’s satisfying to share something with him and be able to connect with him. My darker side is rearing it’s ugly head deep down as I even think about those words. I want to be alone. I […]Read more "Anime Station"
During the opening motivational push of my most busiest and exciting time of the year for me, I actually feel some what hopeful. Hopeful that I might finish a real challenge. I finished Incowrimo back in February and it was probably the highlight of my last eight months out here in the sand box. Since […]Read more "Mecha Design"
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Growing up, I was a pretty average middle American girl. Nothing special or unique. I had a pretty abusive mother and a distant father. So very normal for the States. I went to a few public schools, my parents moved around a little. I had lost my virginity when I was 17 and still talk […]Read more "My Body"
The further along I travel towards completing my English degree, the further I fall down the rabbit hole of perceived intellectualism. I have persevered through a harrowing career in the military and have climbed hand over fist out of a deep hole of financial instability. In other words, I have finally found a modicum of […]Read more "Thought bubbles of Intellectualism"