I'm from Baltimore, Maryland, originally. A turn of events landed me in Florida. I'm not really happy with the situation right now. But I'm learning to deal with it. Life put me down here for a reason, even if I'm still not too sure what that reason is just yet...
That being said I love love love LOOOOOVE the cold, snow, rain days, the smell of damp wet leaves, all that stuff people from up north run to get away from I run to full force. But I digress, It doesn't snow in Largo.
I'm not one for huge social situations, I avoid them at all costs. I work two behind the scenes jobs to avoid dealing with the public. I don't like bars of clubs (unless it's a small one with a good live band.) I'm really self sufficient, to the point people find it hard to get close to me at first, but if I like you you'll know it because I'll warm up to you right away and feel comfortable rambling to you and talking about everything under the sun.
I draw, write, and am trying to teach myself guitar (I know two chords! That's more than most people, right?!) but seriously, drawing and writing are my sanity maintenance. I have piles of sketch books stacked around my apartment, art things all over the place, just, its a mess. A creative mess!
I don't know where I sit on the gender spectrum.. that's just barely passing by being human. So bare with me on that. I'm really androgynous or neither.. my ID says "male" but in my head I'm just myself. Gender has always been a really confusing thing for me. I don't get why people put so much pressure on looking how their birth certificate tells them to.
Spiritually and religiously I'm pagan, as a umbrella term. But I don't consider myself wiccan-- and I'm not. But my mom says we're witches. So there's that. I only talk about the spooky stuff and my spiritual beliefs if asked.. but in all honesty while it is a major part of my life. I don't bring it up unless around other pagans. But having faith can be a good thing. I don't care what you believe in, as long as it helps you grow.