This is me.

I’m twenty-five years old. I consider a Grande Skinny Caramel Latte from Starbucks to be a well-balanced breakfast. I’m a Weight Watchers lifetime member. I’ve been married for five years. I live in southern California. I find myself extremely creative but am still waiting to see if I have any real talent. I find it impossible to spend less than $50 at Target. I love to watch TV and consider the DVR to be one of man’s greatest inventions. I am totally inconsistent. I’m a photographer… trapped inside the body of an administrative assistant. I don’t like people. I love tequila. I love to watch movies. I can’t live without chocolate. I’m eleven years younger than The Husband. I’m afraid of everything and I desperately want people to find me interesting.

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5 Responses to This is me.

  1. Alanna says:

    Let me tell you: you totally are interesting. I obviously do not know you, only know that you commented on my blog and my friend's and now I find myself reading your ARCHIVES. So, you must be interesting! (The fact that I'm thinking, “Wow! She's so similar to me!” is not at ALL why I am also thinking, “She's so interesting!”) 🙂

  2. monica says:

    Thanks for visiting and commenting on my blog. I love your writing style. I love Target and would go every day if I could!!

  3. Amber says:

    I have a broken foot and am a little blue but stumbled across your blog today and found myself laughing hysterically at some of your posts. Boring is the last word I would use to describe you!

  4. Angry Asian says:

    i don't like people too and i'm a wannabe kitchen wench in the body of a technical recruiter. you are not boring. and i'm also rather obsessed with Twilight.

  5. Quirky says:

    Honey, with the exception of California, tequila, and being 11 years younger than your husband, we could be the same person. (Actually, if you're 11 years younger than your husband, I guess I am too since I think we're the same age. What I meant was that I'm not 11 years younger than my husband. Not that you care). Anyway, my point is that if you're boring, there's no hope for me.

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