First off I am ADHD and an insomniac. I get bored easily and my mind cannot stay idle. I am a 3rd generation graphic artist. I grew up watching my grandfather letter signs. Then I watched him teach my mother. In turn I learned and it kept me busy as I grew up by us taking art workshops and classes. Mother taught me how to do calligraphy by hand. From the vast amount of workshops and classes I took to my mind concocting my own way of doing things I have used that to keep my mind busy. I have became a chronic hobbyist. My stores are a way for me to keep my mind from going to those dark places most don't talk about. I use what money I make to re-reimburse what money we have used from my husband's pension for supplies and equipment I buy to make things. I take pride in my art or other items being bought. So I put 98% of what I make after I have made it. Being veterans wife I am always looking for something to occupy my mind. My husband is the same way due to his PTSD.
Tidbits about me.
I am a bit twisted, I like Black clothes and the Goth look. I like things that are a bit out of the norm. I guess you would say I am into pain, if I had the money I would have sleeve tats. But for now I will have to be content with the 5 I possess now. Which are Lara Croft a bit slutty, BDSM emblem, optical illusion of a female's trunk, "embrace life's changes" on my forearm and a really kewl Leo symbol.
I have two sons in their 20's and a 17 year old. I am proud of all my kids and love them very much.
I have a blog.
I had a blog on weebly that is all about things that interest me or piss me off as well as a few stories from my travels. I plan to transfer it to here. So I can write about new items and other things of interest.
I am bisexual.
I have an Angelina Jolie shrine in my room. I love her mind as I got to know in her book "Note From My Travels". She is stunning. And I love the action roles she plays. OH but just cause I am Bi does not mean I swing, Been there, done that, got the t-shirts. I heavily believe in equality for all!
I met a Cowboy that knocked me off my feet and showed me what a real man and gentleman is like. I swore off men after my first marriage but he just took my breath away. We have been married for 16 years. Being a vet's wife has made me aware of how much people take for granted, as well as how our wounded warriors ESPECIALLY prior to 911 are mistreated and forgotten.