~I’m socially awkward.
~I'm about that vape life. I chase clouds.
~I curse like a sailor.
~I change the color and/or style of my hair on a regular basis. I must admit, though, blue will always be my favorite and the color I always dye my hair back to.
~I love tattoos and piercings. I have enough of both.
~I love to laugh and I love to make other people laugh
~Music is a huge part of my life…listening to it, playing it, creating it, I love it.
~I like singing in the shower and in the car at the top of my lungs.
~Beer. EXPENSIVE beer
~Comic books are awesome.
~I watch a decent amount of anime…more so now thanks to Netflix.
~I am a gamer. Now, let me clarify here, I said I am a gamer meaning I love video games. I never said I was any good ;)
~There are random moments in the day that I will just break out and dance.
~When I can’t find the right word to use in a sentence I will replace it with an odd sounds accompanied by a hand gesture and hope someone understands me…this happens a lot.
~I have a growing love for cheap wine.
~Most of the time I talk too much.
~I can tell you the same story ten times and not remember…well not that I can, but I will.
~I’m almost always cold.
~I hate shoes in summertime.
There’s more I can write but honestly…where’s the fun in giving everything away in print?
I live my life by these words:
Now, I came to this idea of bliss because in Sanskrit, which is the great spiritual language of the world, there are three terms that represent the brink, the jumping-off place to the ocean of transcendence: sat-chit-ananda. The word "Sat" means being. "Chit" means consciousness. "Ananda" means bliss or rapture. I thought, "I don't know whether my consciousness is proper consciousness or not; I don't know whether what I know of my being is my proper being or not; but I do know where my rapture is. So let me hang on to rapture, and that will bring me both my consciousness and my being." I think it worked.
--Joseph Campbell, The Power of Myth, pp. 113, 120
"I think perhaps love thrives on unlikely circumstance and chance. Life thrives on these principles, and is life not love? And love not life?"
--Brandon Boyd, White Fluffy Clouds