That being said, I like to throw in a little surprise every now and then. When I was made, the mold broke out of fear of what it had just created. I like all sorts of fanfic, and I've read tons of it (SERIOUSLY... So now I either daydream about said stories, which I do A LOT or I write them out.
Started writing stuff out when I was real young, about first grade or kindergarten maybe? ;) Oh, I was a prodigious reader starting from like, 4-5 on... I don't read as much nowadays, more from want of time than anything else (and computer distraction).
Virtual Walk has listed the famous residents we could find that were actually born in Lindsay.
I'm sure there are some famous residents in Lindsay we've missed.
I apologize if updates aren't as forthcoming as you'd wish, but, well... Unfortunately, it's also much harder to get inspiration for it, but I'll try to find some and work on it in my spare spare time. For starters, what you see is pretty much what you get with me. ummm, my name is Loren (girl), I'm TWENTY-TWO (unfortunately, twenty-two sucks.), in grad school, and I live in the middle of everywhere for the moment. Oh, and I've written tons of it, tons that I haven't published because it sucked and wasn't really going anywhere... Basically I love reading, but I love writing about a gazillion times more. And there'll be more of course, but yeah, anyways... I'm a hopeless romantic, but I'm also really cynical and have a ridiculously dirty sense of humor (try that combination on for size). Ah, now it's time for the required history section where I tell you how long I've been writing and such.
And thanks also to my readers and friends in Singapore and Malaysia (terima kasih), Japan (konnichiwa, arigatou gozaimasu), Germany and Austria (Guten Tag und danke), Hungary, Denmark, Sweden, Norway (hei og takker deg), Finland, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Croatia (way to go Eastern Europe and Baltics! Like, you wouldn't know, for instance, that one of my roommates is Singaporean, or that I ate Chinese food every weekend in France, or that I was obsessed with ancient Egypt when I was little and went there this fall and may be the only person who didn't come back from Egypt with a tan, or that I've been to Guatemala and I went Prague last spring break, right during Easter, and that I love, love, looooove St. I can't believe that people from so many different countries read my work, but I am flattered.
During an exceptionally boring stretch in the summer of 2006, I decided I needed something new to do, so I IMed Mary and told her that I thought we should start a podcast. So every Friday night after the new episodes aired, The-Mary and I would chat on the phone about the shows, then post our conversation online. The podcast would start with a ring, end with a hang-up, and would feel to the listener like they were just on the phone with friends.