Chances are people you don't even know are being introduced to your journal every day, either randomly or through someone else. In addition to recent entries, people can get to know you better by what you posted in the past. With that in mind post a link to your entries on this day six months ago, nine months ago, a year ago, and two years ago. If there was no entry on that day, link the closest date.
6 months ago-Insurance woes and the beginning of Cheeky Wee Monkeys!
9 months ago-The day before my birthday post
1 year ago-Happy B-day to Sammy :) (funny how that worked)
2 years ago- (or the closest I could come to it which was August 2003)Work sucks (hehe) and getting new neighbors
LJ Interests meme results
- black & white photography:
One of the most striking and beautiful forms of art, in my opinion. I always am drawn to the images when there is a strong contrast or an emotional subject. Love, love love.
Mmmmm...coffee. I started drinking coffee at a very young age, although it was more sugar and milk then. I say it stunted my growth (thus making me hobbit-like) and also probably led to my ulcers. By the time I was in college, I drank pots and pots of coffee a day, but the ulcer won out. I rarely am able to enjoy that lovely stuff now, with the exception of frappucinos which I can suck down without fear.
Ha! If you remember the grand movie meme, I obviously love movies. Dvds are the best thing to happen to my life and movie collection since .....well since anything. God bless the dvds (and dvd burners ;))
Well I live in Glasgow Ky, and I'm very much obsessed with Glasgow Scotland for obvious reasons. Not much to say about that, except that you must not pronounce it "Glass-cow".
Ah, my lovely introduction to making friends on the internet. I started out it IRC through teleneting on a unix system (ahahaha) and then made some lasting friends through MIRC. I rarely go on now, but do occasionally have the urge. #england and #depressed are my friends :)
- medieval studies:
You hand me anything medieval and I'm enthralled. I love that period of history, its all so romantic and bloody. I've often said that I believe I lived a life during that time. And forever will I love it.
A huge interest of mine, that I unfortunately do not ever know enough about. I consider myself pagan (or specifically Gnostic) but do not practice as much as I ought. I'm always interested in hearing about spiritual beliefs of any type, so paganism alone as an interest isn't the be-all-end-all.
I'm an avid reader and have been ever since I learned to read. At any one time, you can guarantee that I'm reading three to four books. I generally read fiction (a little bit of every genre) and anything having to do with psychology, sociology, anthropology, etc. Occassionally I'll did into historical works, but they tend to wear me out. I do have a giant collection of spiritual works and a far too large self-help library (Can I help it that I love to self therapize?)
One of my favorite pagan arts, I have been reading tarot for about 11 years now. It's a very personal thing, and I find it to be a useful tool for analyzing situations. I have on occasion read for others, it just depends I suppose.
- world religions:
Ah, see! I told you that I'm interested in all spiritual beliefs. I guess the thing is that I believe that all belief systems are good as we are ultimately all praying to the same higher being. The differences amaze me, and I love to incorporate certain ideas into my own faith.
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