Although I share most of my posts on personal social media, I’ve left my blog fairly anonymous so that it could be shared across the globe. Some of you know me deeply, some of you are strangers.
I am currently 34 years old and living in St.Louis Missouri after having spent the first 28 years of my life in the same house in Boston. I moved here for love (everyone always asks what made me move).
I’ve been through lots of growth and changes in my life. People have often told me that I’ve got wisdom beyond my years. If you believe in old souls, you’ll probably think I have one. If you believe in auras, you’ll think I’m a crystal child. If you believe in God, then I’m one of his soldiers. If you’re an atheist you just think I’m cool.
I’ve been writing as young as I could. I wrote my first book while in kindergarten with backwards letters and terrible spelling. I’ve been writing off and on ever since. My spelling can be atrocious but I use bigger words now. THANK GOD FOR SPELL-CHECK! My grammar is like a 75%, so don’t expect anything polished from me in a blog post. I started blogging regularly in 2006 and continued doing so across many different sites. From Livejournal, to Myspace, to Facebook but blogs, notes, and posts often went from angsty to deep and inspiring. I’ve made friends and fans from my readers since I was a teenager.
I tend to write and write and hit POST before I check for spelling and grammar. I like words fresh from the tap, even if they aren’t correct sometimes.
I stopped blogging regularly around 2011 and only wrote sporadically after that. Recently I was inspired to start a new blog as an adult and see how my writing and my outlook on life have changed and grown. I look forward to posting some of my classic posts that are still available online (as I’m sure many of them are lost to the ages).
I hope you find my blogs entertaining, inspiring, or with perfect timing to the struggles in your life. I am an open ear and a people person. I’ve been called a unicorn more than once. I take the word unique and really stretch the definitions of that.
I’m obese, Italian, gay, spiritual, religious and I love to laugh and hug. I’ve been told I change the lives of everyone I come across. I work in a Skilled Nursing facility trying to spread smiles and laughter to those who need it most. I’m just another soul on my journey hoping to make someone else’s journey just a little easier.
Enjoy, feedback is always appreciated and if you’d like me to write about a specific topic please feel free to reach out to me.
Thank you for taking the time to read.