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MacHere’s who I am,
I’m older than you think I am, but rarely act it.
I love the stone temple pilots.
I have broken a couple of hearts and hate that fact.
I live in a house by myself, that is almost always filled with noise.
I walk to work most days.
I love my dog, and my mum.
I use a Mac Computer and won’t ever go back to Windows.
I am getting my life back together, but it always feels like that.
I do have a broken heart, and won’t look at another until it’s healed.
I love The Cult, and Train, and AC/DC.
My car is half the age of my house which is going on 100 years old.
I can’t imagine cutting my hair, even when it’s fully grey.
My camera is an extension of me, and often says things I can’t say.
So is my crappy writing, if you want to really know me, read it, because IT IS ME.
I can’t stand carpet, I have to have floorboards.
I have many fears, snakes, ending up alone, public speaking, social situations.
I can’t stand clutter,
That MomentI want that little moment of recognition,
The moment when you are talking, someone is listening, and you connect, you share the same thought.
You share a small smile, it's just for a second, but for that second, everything, everything makes sense.
UntitledI wish I had a home town,
Somewhere I grew up.
I wish I had childhood friends.
I want an unrequited love, someone I've maybe known for my whole life.
I want a pact with someone to be married to if we aren't by 40.
I want that crush, that crush that keeps you warm at night.
I want a young girl to look up to me like Marty did to Willie in 'Beautiful Girls'.
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Lilyas has dedicated herself to making our community a brighter place with her vibrant artwork and infectious enthusiasm for interacting with others in our community. It has certainly paid off, as many deviants flock to her page on a daily basis to let her know how much of an inspiration she is. We absolutely agree, and couldn't let all that hard work go without recognition, so it's with great pride that we bestow the Deviousness Award for March 2014, to ... Read More