Pyrogenic Chromophore

The one who tells the stories rules the world.

birds, default, love, happy
Moved to "theburiedqueen" - will still post personal stuff here, to get it off of my mind. :3

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thought #2
birds, default, love, happy
I forgot what it was like to feel wanted.

I don't find you attractive in any way, but thank you for reminding me.

It makes me feel happy inside. :3

aghast, cute, sex




Writer's Block: Pet talk
birds, default, love, happy
If your pet could talk, what is the first thing s/he would say to you?

Ali(ce) - Bijon shitsu, technically step-mom's dog

"Where's my cheese?"

Teddy - Newfoundland/Retriever/Lab mix, first dog

"Hey baby girl."

Clifford - Sheltie collie/German shephard mix, my own dog, looks like a fox

"Haha! Awesome!"

Writer's Block: Best book ever!
melancholy, angel, watching
Is there any book you can read over and over again without ever getting sick of it? Do you discover something new every time you read it?

I wouldn't venture to say that it these are the BEST BOOKS EVARR, but here are my answers:

"The Mists of Avalon" by Marion Zimmer Bradley
Anything in the "Harry Potter" series by J.K. Rowling
"The Mortal Instruments" trilogy by Cassandra Clare
"Inkheart" by Cornelia Funke
"The Thief Lord" by Cornelia Funke


birds, default, love, happy
pyrogenic |ˌpīrōˈjenik|
adjective Medicine
inducing fever.

chromophore |ˈkrōməˌfôr|
noun Chemistry
an atom or group whose presence is responsible for the color of a compound.

Sorry pals, this journal is FRIENDS ONLY.

And I check up on my friend application's journals before adding them back, soo... don't be surprised if I don't add you. Don't keep trying. xD

I'd love to hear from people from deviantART, fanfiction, fictionpress, and pretty much any other online site I'm part of. 'cept facebook, 'cause real life folk aren't allowed to read this. sooo. well, one is.

Writer's Block: Seeing stars
birds, default, love, happy
Which character from any film, television show, or book would you most like to take on a date and why?

Dean Winchester. Cliche, I know, but it's simple; he's hilarious, sweet, surprisingly deep when he wants to be, has very similar views on life... I love him. And yes, he is very attractive, and that's helpful. :P

If I couldn't have him, then it'd be Spencer Reid, from Criminal Minds. He's sweet, incredibly brilliant, hilarious, quirky, pretty darn cute, and really romantic when he's in love. ^-^

SO NOW YOU KNOW. Both ends of the spectrum.


Writer's Block: I'm sorry
sweet, precious, sad, castiel, misha collins
If you only had one day left to live, and you had the chance to tell one person from your past "I love you," who would it be? How about "I'm sorry"?

Really good question. Honestly? I guess I'd say "I'm sorry" to... Sheri-D Wilson, 'cause I really did hate her so much. And she is just such a sad human being, and needs someone to love her. So I would apologize for making her so afraid, and give her a big ol' hug, and wish her all the best.

And as for "I love you", I would want to say Eliot, but I think he already knows. Maybe I would have told him at camp? I don't really know. See, i don't live my life with regrets, so this is a tough one. ><

Writer's Block: Old friends
awesome, the curious case, dean, jensen
Have you ever reconnected with long-lost friends over the Internet? Overall, have the relationships you've rekindled been more meaningful or superficial? Are there any people you wish you hadn't run into again online?

I met Hannah (leia_black) over the internet. It's a great story. I was looking over some old websites that I had hosted over on Piczo (dude, I used to be obsessed with that place... does anyone even use it? Does it even exist ? Oh my goodness!) , and I ran into this club that some of us had made when I was in, like, grade 3. It was dedicated to Harry Potter, and basically all we did was sit around being fangirls and eating junkfood and playing a board game or two, I think. I don't believe it lasted all that long.

Anyway, I ran into a new website that she was hosting, and I was like "OH MY GOD! LUNA!" because that's what I thought of her as, 'cause she used to look just like Luna Lovegood... now she acts like Luna, looks like a Weasley... how twisted.. hahaha, anyway! I digress!

I sent her this message, and quickly found out that she still lived in my town, but at the moment she was on a transfer to Wales. It was hilarious, 'cause it was like "I haven't talked to you in years, and now you're in Wales... random?"

We had some issues, but now we're pretty much all fixed, and I really love her lots! She's one of my best friends. I think it's hilarious that I found her while she was still in Wales. God, that seems like such a long time ago, now... In fact, I think that she even contacted me through an e-mail ages after we had a spat and stopped talking, another time...

Wow, that was really poorly written.

Anyway, I do think that the relationship is way more meaningful, and it's been really cool to know her. I miss not having her in town, but I know that we're gonna stay friends for a long time. :)

There are definitely a lot of people I wish I hadn't run into online, but I think my worst experience was when I was pretty young (grade 5/6, something like that) and I had just started to get comfy with the internet. I was Runescape, and I started a "relationship" with someone, and I ended up getting really close with them... like, I thought I was really in love with them. In the end, it turned out that it was a girl pretending to be a guy and totally leading me on, and I had made a total fool of myself with all of my friends and stuff. It was a bad experience, but whatever. It was a learning experience, all right! To this day, I am wary of online relationships because I get so emotionally attached. Even in character roleplays!

Love you all!


Writer's Block: Airplane reading
birds, default, love, happy
If you're going on a long plane or road trip, what sort of reading materials do you bring along? Is it different from what you usually read? Will you watch a trashy movie or read a bad novel or magazines just to pass the time?


On a long plane ride, I bring along whatever I'm reading at the time. If I'm not reading anything good at the time, I buy something specifically for the plane ride. They're usually BIG ASS novels that will last me way beyond the plane trip, and they're usually well worth it. Really good choices for those situations have been "Vlad: The Last Confessions" by C.C. Humphreys, and "The Mists of Avalon" by Marion Zimmer Bradley. I was gonna say that it was by Anne Rice. XD If I don't feel like reading these, or I need a break or whatever, I will  read cheap magazines that I usually wouldn't, because they're fun to indulge on sometimes.

As for road trips, I can't read in the car anymore. Isn't that horrible? I had this horrible time in my life where my stomach/colon got really bad, and now I get quesy realy easily. No more car-reading or spinny rides for me! Two things I loved desperately! grr.



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