Hello doll! Here is a bit about me:
I'm twenty-nine which feels very old for some reason. I'm an old soul, and both shy and not shy. I'm short and have a few freckles. I love that I am fair skinned and try my best to stay out of the sun. I have a few tattoos and wish I had more, and would if it wasn't for the cost.
I am married to a sweet blue-eyed fella named Ronald. We have been married for nearly ten years! He was in my favorite local band and we ended up meeting years after the band broke up. We became friends and spent many nights at Denny's talking over cheap coffee and french fries. We started dating on February sixteenth and were married on September twentieth of the same year. We were so desperate to live together (I lived an hour away and in a bad family situation) so we tried to get married as fast as we could.
We own a house from the sixties in northern California. About thirty minutes outside San Francisco (we shy away from the city at all costs). Our town is small and our house is too. But it's ours and we love it.
We have three dogs. Isabelle (a shih tzu), Amelia (a black lab), and Cricket (a who knows what). We absolutely adore them. They love each other and love us and are so fun and lazy and crazy too.
I love to bake, craft, and write. I love plants. I have a table full of plants in my dining room that I care for like little green children. I also love floristry. I buy fresh flowers every week at the market and always end up coming home with far too many bunches of blooming wonder. I have a dream of owning a flower shop one day. The shop I want already exists and has been vacant for years, it is the cutest place ever and I hope I can own it one day.
I have treatment resistant depression and was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia in December of 2012. I struggle with mood stability and a lot of pain. Most days I feel pretty yucky. I try to keep my head up, but I also know that hard times are hard and being honest is important. I talk a lot about my depression and health issues in the hope of helping someone else who is dealing with difficult things not feel alone.