[ and here we go ]
In 1998, I registered for my first website. It was one of those Angelfire or Geocities accounts with an absurdly long URL. I created pages by using Microsoft Frontpage, and knew only how to use basic tables to get approximately the look I wanted. There were cursors that sparkled, animated gifs and a lot of Comic Sans.
I always thought though, that it might be nice to one day own my own URL. The one with my name on it. At sixteen, I had no idea what the point of that might be, but it seemed cool to have.
Last year, I bought my domain name and parked it.
Today, with the help of fantastic dreammaker/brander/website developer and dear friend, Kym Pham, I am finally launching my own website. One tiny little piece of a big dream. What I do is write. But more than that; what I do is attempt to find beauty everywhere I go.
I am a writer, a dreamer, a teacher, a reader. I am earnest and effervescent all at the same time. Thanks for stopping by. Stick around. Maybe you’ll find something that speaks to you.