Let me start by telling what you this blog is not. It is not just a baking blog, a blog about how to get ripped abs in 30 seconds or less, or a blog about life’s greatest question: Harry Potter vs. Twilight. It is a compilation of various things that make me happy.

Some little tidbits you should know to better understand my writing style:

I have an abnormal obsession with the proper use of grammar. In my high school rhetoric class, I was dubbed the Grammar Queen. There was a crown. No joke.

I am an unrelenting lover of literature in its every form: novels, periodicals, music, poetry, music, plays, and history. I can’t expose myself to enough of it! (I consider music and movies literature. It goes against ALL English rules, but you just have to be a rebel sometimes.)

Cats + Dogs = Not My Thing. I know. I have no soul, but I just don’t like pets! So don’t expect any pictures of puppies and koalas cuddling.

If I ever find myself with a free moment, I make sure to immediately change that! There is nothing more gratifying than attacking my goals, resulting in a chaotic day.

I used to be afraid of shoelaces. No idea why. I outgrew that fear once I turned 20. I don’t know how that relates to my writing, but maybe I’ll write a poem about Velcro someday?

I also am a blogger for the Everyday Health Voices of Experience website! I have had type 1 diabetes since 11 months old, and I like to share my successes, failures, and achievements through my writing.

Dr. Seuss is my inspiration to writing children’s books, though our writing styles are extremely different. I am constantly inspired by his words. He put it best when he said:

“Why fit in when you were born to stand out?”

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9 responses »

  1. I really like your ‘About Me” page. Tells a lot about your personality and definitely someone interesting to read often. I wish you the best. Keep writing. You’re changing lives!

  2. Brianna, i couldn’t find any place to properly leave this comment. Thank you for your comment on my posting “Bring him to justice – silence”. I don’t know if I’m being courageous by writing where others fear to scribble, or if I’m foolhardy. I’ve heard from some sources that some very serious threats have been made against others, but as I wrote in that posting, if I’m afraid to stand by my friend because there is risk then I’m not a friend. My personal view of this series of postings is that I’m being loyal to my friend by trying to rid the streets of Toronto of a dangerous man.

    I hope what I wrote makes sense to you somehow.

    Cat.

  3. You seem like an amazing person! I love that you love being happy! That should be everyone’s main goal in life. Thanks so much for following my blog! I really like yours as well!

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