Me, myself, and me

Since I've already been sharing stuff about myself, perhaps I'll put it all in one place and be all formal and crap. Smile

I think I've mentioned that I'm 31, married, live in Idaho, have a cat named Winnie the Poof, a golden lab puppy named Inara, and no children because we can't. I graduated in December with a post-technical certificate in Office Occupations, but have not yet been able to find a job. This leaves me a lot of time for reading, surfing the net, playing Wow (Arathor server), and worrying. My sister-in-law and her fiance currently live with us, but will hopefully be moving out in August.

I have been described as having a "forceful" personality, and yet find myself being a wallflower until sufficiently disturbed. I am often in a state of irritation that sparks into anger from time to time - which is much better than the raging temper I've found myself with until the past year or so. I also suffer from a terrible case of righteous indignation on behalf of a lot of people and things. It can be hard to get me to talk, but once I start I don't stop easily either. I love educating people about things (such as the discussion on infertility below), so long as they are open-minded. If you stop being open-minded, I'll stop talking because I won't tolerate your intolerance...yes, hypocritical I know, but it's stressful for me. I will answer any question posed to me, but be sure you want to know the answer before you ask. Should you ask, and should you not like my answer, I will thank you in advance for not flaming me.

I often find myself thinking I'm odd or unusual in the way I do/think/feel things, and then I come across a place like this where I feel at home. Not because I'm like anyone else, but because we're all unalike and yet fit together. Smile

Capriox's picture


Welcome welcome welcome! From your intro and other posts so far, you seem like an awesome person to have around Smile

fairnymph's picture


"If you stop being open-minded, I'll stop talking because I won't tolerate your intolerance...yes, hypocritical I know, but it's stressful for me."

I agree and I don't think this is hypocritical of you, either. There's simply no point in wasting your time and energy on brick walls. People who cannot discuss things in a mature, rational, and open manner drive me BATTY, and I've learned the hard way that they keep thinking what they think while I feel all butthurt. So not worth it.

Rock on with your opinionated self.

magalicious's picture


“We must always think about things, and we must think about things as they are, not as they are said to be.” - George Bernard Shaw
I remembered seeing this quote online and went back to find it! I often find myself arguing the contrary point, or in a state of righteous indignation. It's a good thing, even for the people the argument is directed at, because everyone needs to be challenged now and again. It's healthy.

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