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34 Atlanta, GA Woman


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I’m looking for

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  • Ages 29-40
  • Near me
  • Who are single
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Last online
Aug 9
5' 2" (1.57m)
Body Type
Doesn’t have kids and doesn’t want them
Has cats
My self-summary
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I'm an adult kid: I hold a job, pay my taxes take care of my fiscal obligations, put a roof over my head (and my cat's) and food in my belly. After that, all bets are off- I will independantly go in search of magic in the world, stare in quiet awe at fireworks, or indulge in some RPG gaming with friends (tabletop or LARP). The world is a harsh, cruel place that makes each of us more jaded, so I've determined to hold on to as much of what makes me young as I can, while I still have that in my heart.
What I’m doing with my life
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I moved to Atlanta fall 2012 for a guy and a job; one of the two worked out! I love my job. I'd call it playing Sherlock Holmes in log files and stack dumps...and then one day I realized I'm not nearly that rockstar. I'm just playing Blue's Clues in log files. But I love every day of it, and I've got a good team to do it with, where it is always making me scared to death because I don't know SOMETHING but that's a chance to push a boundary and learn some more. The rest of my life is a bit of a blank slate- I'm looking forward to resuming school in the next six months or a year, as soon as I decide which program to finally settle on. I participate in a networked national hobby group of organized live action game events, assisting with running a modern horror game in Atlanta, and periodically driving out to other games within reasonable distance. And overall, I'm trying to do some new things, learn some new things... like I'm trying to learn to knit. It's not going well, but I haven't given up the effort yet....
I’m really good at
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I'm good at some really awesome positive things, and some really negative things. Some of the negative things I'm really good at are putting my foot in my mouth by saying too much, or being anxious when I shouldn't. I'm extremely passionate about helping others, and have a tendency to get in and lead on such things. I'm good at just going out and doing what I want to do, regardless of what preconceptions it may provoke in others. I'm good at technology, some video games, and having weird hobbies.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Lost Girl, Hemlock Grove, and Game of Thrones are my current TV choices- but I truely don't watch a lot. I LOVE Jurassic Park and Repo! The Genetic Opera (best when done in shadowcast). I love a great steak (rare), Disturbed (the band, Device is also acceptable), and Enigma (blast from the 90s!).
The six things I could never do without
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1) My family. They love me, I love them. I have a handful of blood-relations and a few who are family in everything but blood. They are all equally and unequivocably family to me.
2) My cat. I love my little furry kid, and when I adopted him, I made a commitment to him to never be without him for as long as he is in my care. Even when I want to turn him into mittens.
3) My computer, in the context of could not do without it for a long period of time. It's a source of communication to many of my friends who are dear to me, who live all over the world.
4) My friends who have put up with me for so long, who brighten my life and my world and give me the blessing of their friendship, and whom allow me to return the same to them.
5) The internet. It allows all of the above to interact even in the worst situation. (Exception: the cat, unless he learns how to use the computer. In which case, something is very, very wrong.)

...I've just run out of things I couldn't live without. There are few things in my life that I could do without. The important ones are those whom I love. I can do without physical things as required, but with friends and family and those I love and the ability to reach out to them. I can deal with boredom with a friend, a broken heart with a family member, and the computer and the internet ensure that these are always available to me.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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It's either going to be that I have been in a Repo! The Genetic Opera shadowcast as one of Rotti Largo's Henchmen, or that I've actually gone to see Jurassic Park in theatres by myself one afternoon- and when it turned out I was the only one in the theatre that tuesday afternoon, I had a blast of a time singing, cat-calling Nedry, reciting lines, and in general being a gigantic goober.
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Message me if you'd like to get to know each other. Please do not message me if you're polyamorous. I respect folks who have that as their lifestyle change, but it is not my choice (been there, got burned by it). I do wish you all the best of luck in your future connections with it. Love for all is worthy, however it works for you.