Hello! I'm Tililaco. My friend came to me about a year ago and told me to get my butt on this website and get an account...so I did. Then I deleted it/never activated it because I wasn't using it all that much. I finally decided to get one and keep up with it and I now find myself addicted. As odd as if may seem I don't watch TV that often, so I don't know much about anime. I do like it though, and when I'm with my firends (who like it) I will watch it. I think what really drove me towards this was the poetry(and the other arenas which I discovered shortly after "arriving"). My friend, Skyla, was reading poetry off the website to me and me, having an odd poetry obbsession (fetish, whatever you want to call it), had to read some for myself. Now my one question is...will I be able to keep up with the (Gais), myspace, facebook(which I am going to create soon), blogger, and fanfiction? We shall see. We shall see. You may also notice that I tend to write a lot. I consider myself a writer, as I write ALL THE TIME; from poetry, to novels (ideas anyway), I can't stop. Forgive me if I drag it on a bit. I also tend to procrastinate. I prefer to go where ever the wind blows and do things at random. Although I don't always seem outspoken and creative, I can tell you that on the inside I am waiting for a spontaneous adventure to present itself. And, you know what? The best spontaneous adventures are always found in the smallest of things. I once found out the hard way that living like you are dead inside because of something or other; a death, a loss, a disappointment, it only keeps you from becoming who you are. Life is full of pain, but if people just learn to see through it all and find happiness in the smallest of places, you can live and get more from life. You lose things that you didn't know you had when you are dead inside. Being happy is a choice. You CHOOSE to be happy and see the good in things. You CHOOSE to be who you are. Ah, and here I go again, getting poetically sappy. Well, off I go, before I bore anyone any further.
I got an account!!!
Yeah, I'll have a problem keeping up with everything, too.......
Time is experienced by all things. It's how we percieve the time we get that really makes a difference.
Life will never make sense. We can analyze it and calculate it and turn it upside down, but something will always surprise you. It will reverse, contradict and confuse everything you've ever thought, learned, knew.