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Dragons can be beaten.
30 March 1989
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See my fantasy webwriting project, a collaboration with my older brother mattador, at crossheart_hall!!

DEFINE: Teresa

RESULTS: (525,600) (VIEWING 1-25) Female, non-deist humanist mystic, non-alcoholic Irish, activist, fantasy novelist, student, lover of children, outdoorswoman, yoga novice, urban explorer, museum lover, aspiring culinary artist, English Writing and Intercultural Studies major, artophile, library/bookstore fiend, fashion-blind, Myers-Briggs INFJ, demisexual panromantic lover, avid reader, poet, film-watcher, night owl, telephone-phobic, beloved of the animal kingdom, utter geek.

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I'm hoping to move on a little with this journal and start touching on topics other than myself. Politics, philosophy, writing, theory, news, activism, religion, mysticism, reviews of literature and music, and recipes are just a few of the things I'm hoping to begin weaving in.

Some days I have major and completely unrelated revelations about Harry Potter and the Christian bible within twenty minutes of one another. Those are good days.
activism, adoption, anne lamott, arts high school, asexuality, atheism, authentic celtic art, autism, babies, banned books, bicycling, boulder, camaraderie, camp winnebago, cats!, celebros, chakotay, colbert report, comfortable clothes, community, constructive criticism, creative expression, crossheart hall, culinary arts, damien rice, dark tower, deathcab for cutie, debates, defying the gender binary, disability studies, dragons, dreams, drug-free hippies, dykes, elves, empress of the world, english, environmentalism, excessive verbosity, fanfiction, fantasy novels, firefly, fruit, gandalf, geekery, geology, giles, glbt studies, gluten free living, gunslinger, harry potter, hats, heirs of the king, heroes, holding back the ocean, homemade ice cream, human behavior, icon-making, imogen heap, indie film, intelligent debate, intercultural studies, interior design, invader zim, israel, jack johnson, jaffa street, jerusalem, jim kirk, joss whedon, keeper, kittens, labyrinth, laf language, lemony snicket, lit kids, literature, lord of the rings, lost, matrix, medieval stuff, mellow rock, mental illness, minas tirith, mississippi river, mistoffeles, moulin rouge, movie previews, museums, myers-briggs, mysticism, mythical realms, mythology, nanowrimo, naropa, nature in all forms, neil gaiman, neurodiversity, new pornographers, nocturnalism, obsessive planning, pamphleteer, perks of being wallflower, photography, pirates of the caribbean, poetry, polyamory, power tools, practice, prentice boys, prophetess, psychology, puppies, queer alphabet soup, reading, recipes, regina spektor, romanticism without sexualism, root beer, rum tum tugger, running in her veins, salsa dancing, secret places, serenity, short hair, sindarin, sociology, speech team, spock, star trek, stars, steven brust, straight-edge, sufjan stevens, sunsets, swimming, tequila rose, tolkien, traveling, trilogies, unexpected travels, urban exploring, voracious readers, voyager, watership down, weakerthans, white bengal tigers, x-men, yes, young authors

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