You are reading words typed out from a human on the other side of your internets.
This human is of 26 years of age.
She loves to learn things and is sad when she isn't.
She is going to college again and is majoring in Biology(the one close to environmental science but not quite...I'm working on finding the exact thing I'm looking for...lol) and practicing Photography on the side.
She wants to explore different areas of the world, mainly Europe.
One day she will live in the middle of the woods in a shack.
SOME OF HER FAVORITE THINGS:
o the colorGREEN o SKULLS o HALLOWEEN o RAINBOWS o anime o manga o science o lightning bugs o woolly aphids(those little flying cotton ball bugs) o frogs o music o drawing o singing o photography o nature o sleeping o Greek food o gothic things o kitties o flowers o insects(except poisonous spiders) o trees o exercise o walking/hiking o the second generation VANS o make-shift things o duct tape o etc.
I'm a 11.9/12 CL at the moment. Wooo! zOMG! with me! <3
I was a nuclear machinist mate. Worked down in the reactor plants so most of my time was spent well below the water line / daylight. Lots of training / knowledge / theory and such but in plain English most of my days were spent babysitting water pumps and steam turbines and cleaning valves and such. smile On the up side I got a paycheck and got to see a lot of interesting places in the world.
And I notice every single profile comment post is making me type capcha words into a Ford ad. Annoying and does NOT make me want to buy their product.
Fireflies like warm areas and are more in the Eastern states. I live in Northwest Washington state - right up near the boarder. I'm about 15 minutes drive from both Canada and the ocean. According to one web site I found - "In the U.S., almost no species of fireflies are found west of Kansas—although there are also warm and humid areas to the west. Nobody is sure why this is."
Life at sea was mostly drudgery but I did see a few cool things out in the ocean like those plankton, or dolphins riding our bow wake or one time in a storm waves coming over the flight deck. (The flight deck normally sits about 60 feet above the surface of the ocean so - big waves). And once in the Indian Ocean I saw the opposite. The sea was amazingly still with no apparent waves. It looked like a lake you would want to water ski on. Plus of course some amazing sunsets.
Thanks. When I get a comment like that I always wonder which things a person read about me that caused them to say that. lol!
From your profile it appears we share some interests even though I'm almost twice your age. You are a bit younger than my younger daughter.
Danial has a funny 'angry' face. smile
Also, I didn't know about woolly aphids. I'm not sure we have those here. We don't have lightning bugs either though I can remember catching some in a jar when I was little and visiting Virginia. As an adult I (sort of) understand the science behind them but as a little kid bugs that light up were pretty amazing. Though TBH even as an adult I think bioluminescence is pretty cool. Once off the carrier (at night of course) I watched us go through an area full of bioluminesent plankton. The vibration of the screws / ship would startle them so it left this amazing trail of green glow behind the ship. It looked kind of like someone was dumping thousands of those green glow sticks into the water.
Anyway, good luck with your college stuff. David