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30 year-old female from Wherever My Feet Wander
I'm a sassy Southern Lady with the added bonus of sarcasm and a gun hilarity!
Please, no random friend requests or absurdly dumb messages. I am fantasmagorically sweet and entertaining to those who put in the gestures of friendship before going button-clicking-happy. Failure in this courtesy tends to make me snarky.
Though....just about any offense can be remedied with oreos....

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Deployment wife is an antsy wifeSeriously, though.

I don't know how my grandparents managed not to go nuts missing each other, not having the communication technology that we do now.

The upside to deployment?
1) Not having to shave my legs everyday. And yes, I live in Hawaii. I don't even care.
2) Control of the quantity of bedsheets with which I am covered.
3) .......I was sure I had a third. Less cooking maybe? But that's also on the con list cause I get into the habit of peanut butter sandwiches everyday and nobody likes that. NOBODY.

The people with whom I wreak havoc in the world of Destiny help to keep my spirits up. And if you have a PS4, shoot me a tell and I'll add you. My Warlock is to dieeeeee for......or whose hand you will die by, if you happen to be in the crosshairs of my beloved Icebreaker. ;)

My Titan and Hunter aren't anything to scoff at either, but they aren't my favorites and they know it, the poor darlings.

In my last bit of 'only in Angela-land' news, my Andrew and I are in the midst of a debate that I dare not remind him of at this date, because Mardi Gras was yesterday. Why should this date matter? Because I told him that in my home the Christmas tree never came down until after Fat Tuesday. Tradition? Not really. It just kind of became one due to laziness, but by heaven, I am sticking to it.

He keeps telling me to take down our Christmas tree. I keep saying no. We'll see how long I can hold out.

I don't know why it means so much to me, but it's a game I'm going to win, damn it.

Ta-ta for now lovelies!

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Name Angela
Occupation Bookseller, Hawt Teacher
Birthday March 8th, 1985
Interests STILL trying to figure out what I will do with my BA in English (quote lots of literature by a bunch of dead people that's for damn sure...) adventuring in foreign countries (<3 S.Korea FOR-EV-AH!!!) finding crazy stuff to do with friends reading singing dancing movies swimming chasing seagulls acting silly and insisting I'm not actually my age being the best beach bum I can be teasing my coworkers and friends as much as possible before they throttle me playing with my lovely nieces writing journals for your viewing pleasure being a FFXI addict and chatting away with crazy fun people on here and Skype!
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Music Coldplay Three Days Grace Enya Loreena McKennit Queen Sia Panic! At the Disco Brandi Carlile Adele Flight of the Conchords Flamenco/Spanish guitar Anna Ternheim Shakira Mumford and Sons Beyonce Fall Out Boy Sarah McLachlan Bruno Mars Rihanna Grace Potter & the Nocturnals Nickel Creek Florence and The Machine Simon &Garfunkle and random songs here and there....if I can shake my large white butt to it chances are that I will like it. =D
Movies The Princess Bride Stardust The Fall Pirates of the Caribbean 1-3 Labyrinth Miss Congeniality Shrek 1-3 Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood Phantom of the Opera Pride and Prejudice Rabbit Without Ears Moulin Rouge Legend Pan's Labyrinth LOTR trilogy Howl's Moving Castle Spirited Away The Reduced Shakespeare Company Twelfth Night Grease........I think that's enough.....
TV Shows The Office NCIS Arrested Development Flight of the Conchords Glee
Books Anything written by Mercedes Lackey 'Beach Music' and 'Lords of Discipline' by Pat Conroy 'Pride and Prejudice'--Jane Austen 'The Awakening'--Kate Chopin Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series 'Sunshine' and 'Beauty' by Robin McKinley 'Tales of a Female Nomad' by Rita Goldman Gelman 'The Eyre Affair' and subsequent Thursday Next novels by Jasper Fforde Jacqueline Carey's Kushiel books Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles Elizabeth Haydon's Symphony of Ages series Kristen Britain's Green Rider series all the Get Fuzzy and Garfield cartoons. I'm a big fantasy nerd but *crazily* enough I enjoy the classic stuff I read in my classes--especially Shakepeare's work and a lot of stuff from the Romantic Era--gotta love Keats! And I adore fairy tales--the happy ones and the grim (haha!) ones. ^_^