Laura
General Information

Main blog:Forgotten Child
Age:34
Birthday:October 29th 1982
Gender:Female
Education:High school, Some college
Location:United States, New York


Appearance

Body Size:Average
Height:5' 3" (160 cm)
Eyes:Dark Brown
Vision:Contact lenses
Hair Color:Dark Brown
Hair Style:Curly - Medium
Skin Tone:Light
Best Feature:Nose
Undies:Briefs - Low Rise
Tattoo Info:I'd like to get one, but am not creative enough to come up with something I like enough to have on my skin for eternity.
Piercing Info:ears and nose


Personal Information

Relationship Status:Single - Never Married
Family Info:one mother, one father, one sister, one brother, one brother-in-law, one niece, one nephew, one cat, one dog
Sexual Preference:Never at dusk
Astrological Sign:Scorpio (Oct 24 - Nov 21)
Exercise:Walking to the car only
Your Home:Live alone
Biography/About:My life has been a flat line of mediocrity.
Likes:boys; the beach; coffee; Paul; Starbucks; Barnes and Noble; rainy days; fresh laundry; flip flops; books; skittles; Charlie Brown ice cream; holding hands; VA Beach; Chai; Chinese food; Grammy's house; kitchen counter chats; soft pretzels and movies; game nights; the internet; Bently; hugs; picnics; fried chicken; the Fair; IKEA; Papa Wheelies; smoothies; the cousins; sleeping till noon; boyfriend weather; chocolate chip cookies; kick the can; dark jeans; Dr Leal


Personal Favorites



Four Most Recent Entries

Babies, babies, babies
I read an article this morning about child mortality in India. It said that India accounts for 20% of the world’s child mortality rate. I feel bad admitting to it, but one of my first reactions was to wonder how overpopulated the country would be if all these children survived. It seems that aside from the tragic issue of the death of so many children, the larger issue is the question of why so many children are being born to begin with. The article featured the story of a 17 year old girl who recently had her first child and was secluded right after the birth because women...
 
Random thought
I feel silly when speaking on the phone I end the conversation saying "buh-bye". I would never say this in real life so why does it come automatically when I'm using the phone? I'm not alone. I rarely hear anyone say buh-bye in real life but hear it probably 60% of the time on the phone. It's kind of weird.
 
Take what you get
This morning I opened my time accruals letter from payroll and saw that my anniversary date is 8/27. This was so not the plan. I was supposed to work here for a little bit. For a few months until someone wanted to give me a library job with decent pay that would allow me to work only one job and maintain a level of happiness and fulfillment in my work life. But alas, we're coming up on a year next week and I'm still here with no prospects of leaving. The Boy tells me all the time that I should be thankful. That it's not a bad gig. It's easy, I like most of my...
 
As promised
A picture of the journal I made...
 






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