I'm the kind of person that accidentally sets fire to tea towels.

I've started to keep track of my scores here

LeftHanded Products for my fellow lefties

I have a UV sensitivity/allergy meaning I have to be in the shade or darkness a lot, ironically Garlic (and onions) makes me sick. I don't like blood though....

I'm on UK time (BST) so I'm active between 10am to 11:30pm

Graphic Design and Illustration. Albeit I still loathe the Graphics bit.


I want to tell you all that I strongly advocate counselling. I keep seeing your (several of you that have done this so far) posts that frankly desperately need that talking therapy. I take suicidal posts seriously, why? Because I've been there, yes it's hard to see anything in that pitch black cloud, but it's a cloud and it'll rain and then it'll disperse bringing back the light. I know that it's difficult and your head is telling you that "you don't matter" but that's the cloud talking. In truth there are so many people out there that love you, some you already have in your life now and others you'll meet one day in the future. * *You ARE important don't throw yourselves away, talk to someone neutral and seek that first step to standing back in the light again. A counsellor is the best option you have in mental health services, anti depressants are temporary but don't allow you to move on from the root of the problems. Counselling however does.

This is important to me.

Toxic behaviour is toxic no matter who or what side it comes from, don’t be that person. Rise above it.

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Moi? Why would you be so curious??

Some facts about me;

I like dyeing my hair, my natural colour is Very Dark Brown with random White and Blonde streaks, I've achieved brights colours without bleaching (it takes a long time though.)

Colours I've dyed;

° Red - Brand - Superdrug, liked this dye but got a bit bored after Rihanna started trending it and was constantly asked "Did you dye it to match Rihanna?" No if you're wondering, I just didn't want to be called Alma or the 'girl from the ring' anymore with my natural colour.

° Dark Purple - Brand -Schwarpzkopf(?) this brand gave me a rash, had to let my natural colour regrow fully before dyeing again (took a couple of years with long hair.)

° Blonde - a 10 minute dye worked better than the 30 minutes dye. Brands - both Superdrug in Platinum.

° Rose Gold (one of my favourites as it made my pale skin look slightly darker more pale tanned) Brand - Superdrug own brand - definitely recommend.

° Rose Red (it was more a darker pink. Brand - Directions had to top up after 3 weeks.

° Flamingo Pink (brighter than the rose red but didn't last as long) Brand - Directions - would not recommend, lasted 3 cold washes. (1 and a half week)

° Magenta Dream and Pink Pizazz mixed (a bright pink and lasted 2 MONTHS! Had to dye it out - honestly recommend for long lasting pink - so I could dye it the next colour.) Brand - Colour Freedom

° Tropical Aqua - my current colour, was supposed to be a blue green but came out very blue, has started to fade out into the blue green though. Brand - Colour Freedom (goes green more its washed especially if caught in pool water, had to top up 4 weeks later.) Edit: this colour does not go away, I’ve now put purple on it and it still shone through....

I have 2 cats, Lord Stormicus, Demon Lord of the Underworld and Purrveyor of Doom & Lord Alsanicus the Bravehearted. (Storm and Aslan traditionally.) they help me around the garden in the spring and summer when I'm planting and growing fruits, veg, and flowers. This year I bought them a Cat Mint which they seem to like. In the autumn and winter, they love have more snuggles and like jumping into bed in the morning (even though they aren't allowed upstairs.)

I'm not a confident person and I don't believe I ever will be, I like to try and raise other people's though. Much like when someone's eyes sparkle and cheerful, animated voice when they fan ramble about something they enjoy, you see and feel their warmth is something I like seeing in others. It always saddens me when they apologise though, I know all too well the feeling of opening up about something that you enjoy for someone to turn round and "shoot you down" with 'I don't care." It hurts and it's unfair, which is why I do my best to uplift them.

You can ask me almost anything. Thanks for reading


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