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About Me

Published November 28, 2011 by fallingintotheblack

Writing an “about me” post when you’re trying to be vague and anonymous is kind of silly, but I figured readers might want to know just why I’m here and why I’m being anonymous.

First of all, I’ve been blogging in some form or another since 1996. I’ve had friendships and relationships end or nearly end due to my blogs, because when I write, I tend to let it all out. I figured by being anonymous, I can let all that stuff that stays bottled inside me out, as long as it’s not actually attached to me or anyone else. All of those things that I wanted to put as my status updates on Facebook or post to message boards, but held back on…yeah, they’ll all go here now. 😉

So, some generalized demographic information about me: I’m female, and I live in a semi-large city in the southern United States, although I originally hail from the midwest. I’ve lived to see over 120 changes of seasons (go ahead…do the math). I identify as sexually bisexual, but tend to keep my actual relationships heterosexual. I am unmarried and childless, and I plan to stay that way on both counts. I have a near obsession with having my senses stimulated. I want to be surrounded by great smells. I want to constantly be around music. I love to be hugged and touched. I’m always taking in the visual beauty around me.

Currently, I’m in a relationship with a guy who is a few years younger than me, and we’re closing in on a year together. We’re exclusive, but not serious….we just enjoy our time together and are content with leaving it at that.

As a person, I’m pretty content, but I have my moments. I think my life is pretty much as good as it’s ever been, and things are mostly simple. As long as I keep things as simple as possible, I think I can continue to be happy.

Hopefully, you, dear reader, might get something out of this blog. Maybe I’ll teach you something. Maybe I’ll entertain you. Maybe you might see a little of your life in mine. At any rate, I hope it’s worth the read.