Why, hello, those of you who are actually reading my profile! Why you are here is beyond me (maybe I reviewed your story and now you feel the need to know more about me, maybe you read something I wrote -- though if that is the case, you're in the wrong place 'cause I haven't written anything yet -- or maybe you just accidentally clicked on it and now you're reading for something to do), but since you are reading this, I guess you deserve to know some about me.
I have a FanFiction account that I'd love you to look at! My name there is Tasting Raindrops.
Basic information about me:
Gender- I am female!
Hair: Light brown and falls just to my shoulders when straightened, but it's normally curly and, unfortunately, frizzy.
Eyes: Light brown. Plain. Wish I had light blue eyes so bad.
Skin Tone: I get a bit of a tan from being outside a lot from marching band, but in the winter when I’m never outside I’m pale.
Height: Now and forever five feet and a quarter of an inch tall. And still proud of it!
Build: Thin, but just from a lucky metabolism and my involvement in marching band.
Anything else: Light splash of freckles across the tops of my cheeks that I love but wish were just a bit more noticable. Tiny hands, tiny feet (I went to a bowling party, and I was the only person who had to wear kids’ shoes with Velcro because of how small they are), and tiny ears (smaller than my eleven-year-old brother’s ears…and he’s small for his age).
What I love to do-
Reading, writing, drawing, listening and playing music (I play the French horn and the mellaphone), watching movies, procrastinating.
Books: Well, there’s The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins. The Wolves of Mercy Falls trilogy by Maggie Stiefvater. Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare. Darkest Powers trilogy by Kelley Armstrong. The Twilight Saga and The Host by Stephenie Meyer. That’s all I can think of right now….
Movies: I have favorite movies that change often, but right now they are: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (both parts, and I love all the other Harry Potter movies) Avatar, She’s the Man, The Proposal, and all of the Pirates of the Caribbean movies.
Color: Light blue. Always has been and always will be. Second favorite is silver.
Food: I love breakfast food. 'Specially eggs, turkey sausage, breakfast tacos, cereal, bagels with cream cheese, muffins, pancakes, waffles... Basically, if I get to eat breakfast (which I hardly ever don't), then it's a good day.
Songs: Vanilla Twilight by Owl City, Fall for You by Secondhand Serenade, and My Love by Sia.
Quotes are amazing! I love quoting anything and everything. Funny, how I can memorize fifteen quotes in the span of five minutes (that's slightly exadurated), yet it takes me forever to learn anything else or memorize birthdays and names. To help express my love of quotes, I shall now list a few:
From Specials by Scott Westerfeld: "You see, freedom has a way of destroying things."
From Eragon by Christopher Paolini: "Nothing is more dangerous than an enemy with nothing to lose. Which is what I have become."
From To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee: Until I feared I would lose it, I never loved to read. One does not love breathing.
From The Wizard Heir by Cinda Williams Chima: The solution to a puzzle seems obvious, once you know what it is.
The following quotes are from The Host by Stephenie Meyer (each new paragraph is a different quote, and quotes with spaces between quotation marks mean that a new person is speaking):
"You never know how much time you'll have."
"It's not the face, but the expressions on it. It's not the voice, but what you say. It's not how you look in that body, but the things you do with it. You are beautiful."
"It's a strange world." "The strangest."
"Jealous, Howe?" ... "Jealous, O'Shea?"
The following quotes are from City of Bones by Cassandra Clare (these books are hilarious, might I add, and every new paragraph is a new quote, and quotes with spaces between quotation marks mean that a new person is speaking):
"I was ninety percent sure." "I see," Clary said... Her hand cracked across his face, a slap that rocked him back on his heels... "What the [heck] was that for?" "The other ten percent," she said.
"The boy never cried again, and he never forgot what he learned: that to love is to destroy, and that to be the one loved is to be the one destroyed."
"Downworlders?" "The Night Folk. Warlocks. The fey. The magical folk of this dimension." Clary shook her head. "Don't stop there, I suppose there are also, what, vampires and werewolves and zombies?" "Of course there are..." "What about mummies? Do they only hang around Egypt?" "Don't be ridiculous. No one believes in mummies."
"It's nearly full dark. We should go." "We? I thought you said you were going to leave me alone." "I lied."
"You really want to know what else it was my mom said about you?" he asked. She shook her head. He seemed not to notice. "She said you'd break my heart," he told her, and left.
"But you have to learn to bend a little or you'll break."
That sounds terrific, Clary thought. Just you, your comatose wife, your shell-shocked son, and your daughter who hates your guts. Not to mention that your two kids may be in love with each other. Yeah, that sounds like a perfect family reunion.
The following conversation is also from City of Bones, but it isn't actually quoted. This is just how I remember it going:
(Isabelle) "Do you want some soup?"
(Isabelle) "Do you think Hodge will want some soup?"
(Jace) "No, Isabelle, no one wants soup."
(Simon) "I want some soup."
(Jace) "No you don't, Simon..."