Female , 36-40

writer trying to find herself and her voice

Last Seen Oct 15, 2013
Member Since Oct 15, 2011
Favorite Quote when you have illiminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.
  • 100% American
Vices critical, high expectations, minor OCD
Horoscope Sagittarius
Special day
Books Jane Eyre, Twilight, Sweep
Music celtic, blue grass, classical, big band, jazz, swing
Movies Sherlock Holmes 2009, Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, LXG, Tomb Raider
Local Time June 2nd, 5:00 PM

I Want You to Read This Before You Add Me to Your Circle

I'm Here To Discover Myself For years I've been living for other people. Growing up I lived to please my father. When I was nineteen he died, leaving me a little lost. A few years later and I attempted to live for my husband... [more]
cameoblue has shared 1 Mature Experience
  • I Want to Fall Back In Love With My Husband Again

    I Do But I Don't i miss being in love with my husband, but he's not a very lovable person right now. he's a drama queen, has anger issues, and is incredibly selfish right now. he wants to be self-employed even thoug… [more]
  • I Am Afraid I Am Forgettable

    I'm A Shrinking Violet boys paid no attention to me in school. i was extremel plain, introverted, shy. i never had lots of friends, but that was okay. i prefer to have two or three close friends than a dozen acquaintence… [more]
  • I Play Bunco

    I Love Bunco i play bunco with a group of friends, but we don't play it right. we don't have enough people to play it the full-scale way with three tables, moving around ,etc. we can't find others to play with u… [more]
  • I Love Sherlock Holmes

    It Was Love At First Reading I was in fifth grade. I loved mysteries. At the time, Remington Steele was popular. I had been reading Nancy Drew at the recommendation of a friend, and they were okay, but I was always looking for… [more]
  • Pancake Disaster

    Posted on: October 17th, 2011 at 9:48PM

    I cannot make pancakes to save my life.  You would think hubby would realize that after fifteen years.  Nope.  He found real maple syrup in the grocery store last week and all I've heard is "pancakes, pancakes" because he expects me to cook for him.  I've put him off and put him off, but this morning it had to be done.  Well, his pancakes weren't done in the middle, and they were sloppy -- because i can't turn them either.  He made a comment about them not being done in the middle and I simply told him "I can't cook pancakes."  I think he got the point.  I feel pretty confidant if he wants pancakes from now on he'll make them.  I'm not that crazy about pancakes.  I don't care about maple syr… [more]


  • The Beginning of a New Journey

    Posted on: October 16th, 2011 at 9:24PM

    Who am I?  Where am I going?  What is my purpose?  Man has been asking himself questions similar to this for centuries.  When we take philosophy in school it tends to be dry as dust.  I could never wrap my head around nebulous concepts.  I sucked at math too.  I'm not an analytical person, at least not with things like that.  I am a student of human nature, though.  Psychology has fascinated me and I could understand it.  I could relate to the concepts.  I could see a lot of what I learned being true in my own life.  It was immediately practical to me.  Math and philosophy, not so much. Now I'm at a point in my life where exploring the meaning of life is a little more relevant.  But I have … [more]


  • death of a tyrant

    Posted on: October 20th, 2011 at 9:35PM

    well, gadhafi is dead.  much of the world is rejoicing.  i am so far removed from what is going on that the only thing his death means to me is that there is no one innocent in this war.  yes, he was a tyrant and did terrible things.  but when you hunt him down, shoot him like a dog and parade his naked body in the streets, you've lowered yourself to his standard.  he had a few moments of terror.  if he had been imprisoned and went to trial, he would have had years to think about what he'd done.  he would have been at the mercy of those he had harmed for the rest of his life.  that would have been true torture and humiliation for him.  people who could do this to another human being, even as… [more]


  • Pleasantly Surprised

    Posted on: October 18th, 2011 at 3:03PM

    Today turned out better than I expected.  Mom bought me a new digital camera.  So far I had bought simple, cheap ones at Big Lots.  They did an okay job for what I bought them for at the time, but I've been making crochet items to sell online, and I just can't get very close up views with the cameras I have.  So, the pics don't give the detail of the stitches, etc.  Hopefully this new camera will fit the bill for me. Hubby needs to register for next semester classes soon, and I told him that we really need to evaluate which direction he goes in.  Right now he has the possibility of getting a very good paying state job, and if he could get it in three years we could be completely out of deb… [more]