About Me

I’m a pretty simple girl. I think too much though, like really, I can never stop thinking, and not always about good things. I’m going to try to use this as a spot to set some of these thoughts free, and maybe clear my mind up a bit.

I’m in my late twenties, and I am very slowly coming to gripes with first “unfun” age milestone coming up. I’m trying to find my place in the world while still holding on to the childish, eccentric, silly things I love. I’m currently working as secretary but hoping that one day I’ll be able to make it into the publishing field, as reading and writing have been a major part of my life since I was a little girl. I remember being about seven and telling my mom that one day I was going to buy the house that was next door to our public library.

Some other loves of mine include:
Fashion, I have been in love with the world of fashion since I was a kid, however it had always been something that seemed out of my reach since I have always been a plus-sized girl. Because of that I simply indulged in the things that didn’t require a small size – Jewelry, make-up, purses, of course shoes, and other copious amounts of piled on accesories. Now that I’m a bit older and wiser I have learned to find the right clothes to fit my shape but I still try to have tons of fun whenever I am getting dressed. And not to mention I love to shop!!
I also have a very severe obsession with Hello Kitty. She is just an incredibly simple design but she can always make me smile, so therefore I strive to surround myself with her. I especially love finding odd things with her face on it. (Hello Kitty Vibrator anyone?) And speaking of Kitties. I love my cats, well all cats, well really all animals in general. But I have two cats, Linus and Marci, they are my babies and the loves of my life.


9 thoughts on “About Me

  1. I know what you mean about “unfun” ages. If it’s any consolation, for some reason it can get easier the further you get along…I was horrified to reach 40, who let that happen–that’s the “youth of old age” and “the old age of youth” and whatnot. But it some point, nature offers you acceptance of all the uncool trappings of getting older. Really. Not that concerned about 50. Ok, maybe a little. But I think the baby boomers ruined it/fixed it up for the rest of us–now you never really have to act your age…unless you want to. Love your look, by the way.

  2. Wonderful and fun blog.
    After running through your photos on a couple of pages, I think you have something with the darker earth tones and, shockingly, the blacklight purple. They play off your pale skin wonderfully and better than the pure black items.

    And it is always great to see variety. Most women tend to find two or three basic styles and rinse and repeat until you dread crossing their paths in the hallways at work. Keep finding the left-of-center/vintage goodies. You look utterly smashing in them.

    • Thank you so much, I love nice comments like this. Purple is my favorite color but honestly I’ve never thought of it as a neutral, more just one to color block with. But since I do consider leopard to be a neutral why not black light purple too!

  3. Okay, I have to ask, but please don’t take it wrong. The picture on your profile looks…different than the ones of you in the clothes. Is it an older photo? Or do the glasses truly make the woman?

    Or you can just use the mister bottle you use to deter your cats with and shout, “Scat:” at me if I’m being nosy.

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