Raising vibrations to help humanity
Greetings dear reader,
I’ve been on the internet since 2003, and have used my maiden name of Nelson for so long, it’s become my screen name. However, I’m an author and I publish under my real name.
At the age of fifteen, my family relocated to Los Angeles, California, where I lived for nearly thirty years. I attended Los Angeles City College for two years, got married, and raised two boys, while working in L.A. Law as a legal secretary / paralegal. I was in the top one percent of my game and it was a blast!
Having grown weary of the stresses inherent in big city life, and because y2k was on the horizon, I relocated to rural southwest Virginia, where I still live, somewhere southwest of Roanoke, Virginia, in the Appalachian Mountains.
I started apocalyptichousewife.angelfire.com in 2003 (it’s still there), to help people become self-sufficient, since our world had become increasingly uncertain post-911.
In 2010, I built the upgraded website here for the purpose of providing a safe place for like-minded people to discuss and share information about self sufficiency, as well as discuss alternative news and spirituality.
I have a Bachelor of Arts degree in Creative Writing and English, as well as a Master of Fine Arts degree in Creative Writing.
As to love interests, I'm owned by two male felines. In the first picture below is Oscar Wildechild, a chocolate chai latte tiger stripe. (This was taken when he was a kitten, gnawing on the camera strap.)
The next picture is Pretty Boy Floyd (aka Floy-D-Boy), my black and white unit. They are both Manxes and are half brothers. Oskie has a stump for a tail that vibrates when he gets his rubbies. Floydie has a very expressive long tail, which he uses to artistically communicate when he gets his rubbies, or to flip me off when he’s annoyed.
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I've had almond milk twice, on separate occasions. My upper lip went numb. I thought it might be an allergy to almonds, but eating raw almonds causes no problems. So, maybe it's the "other stuff" they put in it.