If you don’t share the same opinions as me, that is perfectly okay. Everyone is entitled to have their own opinion. Therefore, if someone does have a question or would like to share their opinion on what I have written they may e-mail personally at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will get back to them as soon as humanly possible. Other than writing, I do work and volunteer, so as quick as humanly possible may have to wait until the weekend. I appreciate any and all feedback, but please keep in mind that this is a blog and if you do not like what I have to say than I invite you to read something else.
Otherwise, here’s a bit more about me. I currently reside in the great state of Texas but have been lucky enough to travel to other states near and far. I enjoy the outdoors, dancing, singing and spending time with those closest to me. Growing up I despised reading, it wasn’t until high school when I discovered Jane Austen and realized the beauty of language and self expression through writing. I studied English in college and fell in love with literary artists such as Virginia Woolf, Bret Easton Ellis and Helena Maria Viramontes.
Today, I still continue to read the classic novelists, but have branched out into other genres such as History and the Supernatural/Science fiction. My favorite topic I have ever been asked to write a paper on is one I’m sure every person has thought of at least once. If I could have dinner with one person living or dead who would it be and why? Well, there are far too many people, both living and dead, that I would want to have dinner with. So, for arguments sake I would have one dinner party and my guest list would include; Jane Austen (of course), Theodore Roosevelt, Anne Rice, Toni Morrison, Stephen Hawking, and Julie Andrews. If I were to tell you why I chose these people I believe my about me page would become an about me novel, but if you would like to know I can surely tell you in an e-mail response.
Now that you know a little about me, I will ask you the question.
If you could have dinner with one person, living or dead, who would it be and why?