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Matthias O’Connor

What's your greatest fear?

Losing control of myself; whether my temper, or falling off the wagon, or anything like that.

What brings you the greatest joy?

Family. Friends.

What's your favorite color and why?

Green. It’s the color of spring, renewal, yadda yadda yadda, and besides, I like it.

When are you most comfortable?

After a workout, in the hot tub or having a massage. Lounging in bed with Cody after sex.

If you had to pick one song to listen to for the rest of your life, what would it be?

Oh, hell, I don’t know. These days it might be Kane’s “Crazy in Love.”

Same with a movie.

“Dogma.”

Dog or cat? Why?

Cat. I like cats. They don’t take crap from anyone. They can think for themselves.

What do you look for in a friend?

Loyalty. That ol’ “a real friend helps you move bodies” thing.

What are your own best traits? What do you like best about yourself?

I’m physically strong, I’m generally capable, and I am loyal as a bulldog.

What do you like least about yourself?

I’m not as strong spiritually as I am physically. I cave easily, and I have an addictive personality. Bad habits cling to me like velcro.

What are some of your opinions about the world you live in? Political, environmental, etc?

Oh, I’m not as aware as some of the people I hang with. I’m always on the side of the immigrants, of course, since so many of my friends are Hispanic, and I can’t stand the war because I’ve lost a few good friends who shouldn’t have had to go in the first place, but on the whole, sadly, since I haven’t been asked to sacrifice, I haven’t. I should, I know, but I’m a self-centered fellow - oh, put that in the list of things I don’t like about myself - and so unless it’s put in my face, like when Mark and Bobby died, I don’t think about it.

What do you like to do to relax?

I like to work out, spend some time in the steam room, take a swim. Doing something physical and then letting the muscles ease up, it’s amazingly relaxing - eases a lot of tension. A massage is wonderful, too. I also like to play computer roleplaying games, most recently online with my future brother-in-law.

If you use a weapon, what is it? Why do you use it? For what reason specifically? Why did you pick it up in the first place? Is it unusual for your world for you to carry a weapon? Why or why not?

My fists, and I use ‘em too often. I have a fierce temper, absolutely hair-trigger, and I can’t predict what’ll set it off. It was one of the reasons I was put into a boxing program, so I’d work out my aggressions with a nice set of rules and regulations in place.

What is the government like in your world? (Be as in depth or not as you prefer) What is the law like in your world? Are you on the right or wrong side of it? Why?

Like I said, I tend to only pay attention to it when it’s in my face. I’ve been on both sides of the law, and I’ll probably be on both sides again, either out of stupidity (theirs or mine) or if I honestly feel I’m in the right. I think I definitely prefer a government who really means “ruled by the people, for the people, of the people,” and so forth, because I don’t like them messing around in my life.

Do you worship a deity? Is there more than one in your religion?

I used to. I was raised Catholic, but it hasn’t really stuck. I definitely don’t believe in the old man with the white beard, judging all our lives, and I’m not all that sure I believe in the carpenter’s son, either. I like his message, but I’ve met precious few “Christians” who actually abide by that message. Between my uncle’s devotions and my girlfriend’s “love the world and it’ll love you back” outlook, I get plenty of spirituality, but I don’t know that I actually believe in anything but nature. If there are deities, or all-powerful beings like that, they’re probably so much more than we are, how can our lives matter to them? I mean, good grief, do we pay attention to the individual ants?

What do you like to eat? Is that common or uncommon?

I am the odd man out in our family, in that food just isn’t all that important to me. I enjoy it, I don’t turn down a meal, but it’s not a focus for me. I like Thai food and Indian food, I love a good steak, but on the whole, I can - and have - exist just dandy on protein powder and orange juice. I eat to live, occasionally because someone reminded me I ought to.

What do you like to drink?

Orange juice, mostly. Water. The odd Dr Pepper. I like flavored seltzers, especially lime and orange (or any of the citrus flavors, really, but lime is my favorite).

What about alcohol/drugs/other mind altering experiences?

I absolutely love whiskey. But I can’t drink it. I stood up and testified, and I’m either five years sober or a few weeks, depending on when you’re asking me these questions (time is interesting, isn’t it?). As an alcoholic, I don’t drink alcohol, and while I tried pot and speed in high school, I never really got into ‘em much. Alcohol always was my drug of choice. Now I can work myself into a lightheaded buzz of dehydration, and while mind-altering, I wouldn’t recommend it.

What's the thing you absolutely do not want to be without?

Television or my computer, I guess. Something visual.

In a potential partner, or a person to whom you might be attracted:
a) What is the first thing that catches your eye?
b) What physical aspect do you find you are most attracted to?
Why?
c) What nonphysical aspect do you find you are most attracted to?
Why?


A good figure is what I notice first, then the face. I do like a good rack, and my eyes will go right to that chest, even when I’m trying to be a gentleman. Once I’ve met her, though, if she has pretty eyes, a good smile, and a cute nose, I’m hooked. Then a quick wit and laugh will keep me interested. Someone smart, who knows her way around, has some imagination. I have a mild foot fetish. Cody has really cute feet.

Describe in detail the most perfect kiss you can imagine:
a) Giving
b) Receiving?


Hell, I don’t know. Any kiss with Cody is a perfect kiss, near as I can tell. Her taste, her smell, her hands, her tits. It’s all Cody and Cody’s everything - without her involved I can’t call it a kiss at all. I never think I was kissed before she kissed me, and I never want to kiss anyone else.

Sexually, how do you like it? (i.e. hard and fast/slow and easy/casual/rough/gentle) Why?

Again, if it’s with Cody, I like it. We play around a lot. She likes experimenting. Anything she wants is good by me. A little bondage, a little teasing, whipped cream and chocolate syrup, or a position of the day, it’s all good. It’s Cody.

How do you get your partner to warm up to you?

I’m exceptionally lucky in that Cody enjoys sex, so I don’t have to hint too hard or too often when I’m feeling particularly amorous. Which, when it comes to Cody, is pretty much all the time. I swear, that woman can just walk into a room and I want her. She knows it. She has all the power, and I’m at her absolute beck and call.

If things start feeling overwhelming/chaotic and there's nothing you can do about it, do you have a particular mantra/escape mechanism to help you stay calm? If so, what? If not, how do you cope?

A couple of rounds with a punching bag usually helps, or a hard swim. If I can’t get either, then things like walls tend to suffer - occasionally, I’m ashamed to say, the object of my ire has taken a blow or two. Yeah, I’ve gotten into a lot of fights. On the whole, I’m fine after an explosion, but the fighting part has made for a few scars, enemies, a little jail time... you know.

How do you feel about the balance of power in relationships? Ie, what should it look like, ideally?

Ideally? Perfectly balanced between partners. But things aren’t always ideal, are they? Someone’s always got a little more power than the other, even with all the best intentions. It all depends on the situation. As I said before, there’s no doubt Cody is the boss of me. It’s not always a bad thing in any relationship, anyway. Relationships aren’t just between lovers. Parent/child relationships, for example, will almost always require the parent be in charge, and the power in their hands.

What part does money play in your life? Do you worry about it? Does it affect your decisions?

I was born to wealth, but it doesn’t always dictate my life. I was raised to live not just well within my means, but rather under them. We all live that way, like “normal people,” to keep our family vampire out of the spotlight. And I like it that way, I’m glad I wasn’t raised as a little American prince in a family of Texan royalty. It could have happened, and I could have ended up somewhat worse than I am. I sure wouldn’t have met Cody, and she probably wouldn’t have been considered the “right sort of girl” for me in that setting, so I’m really happy with where I am. But I don’t worry about money. I’m pretty good with my personal budget and I trust my uncle to keep the family fortunes right where they are.

What could drive you to acts of desperation?

Put me or my family, or anyone I love, in danger, and I’ll show you a desperate man.

Do you draw moral boundaries for yourself? If so, what could push you to cross the lines of your own personal code of conduct?

Yeah, but they’re pretty loose. I’ve done a whole lot of “bad” things, but I always had what I thought were good reasons at the time. There’s not a lot of ‘em I really regret. Specifics? I shot a man dead because he was trying to kill Sean Patrick, and he hurt Cody. I would do it again. No hesitation.

Which of the four elements (air, water, earth, fire) do you identify with most and why?

If I had to choose, I’d probably say earth, largely because I think that’s what Cody would say. She believes that stuff, so there must be something to it. I’m grounded, so it works for me.

(Where applicable) Do you prefer to live in a rural, suburban, or urban area? Why?

I’d love to live in the country again, but the city’s just fine by me. I’ve lived in Los Angeles since I was around nine or so. I like it all right. It’s nice to have everything right at my fingertips, but sometimes I think about the wide open spaces. I could live there again, especially if a big city were within reasonable driving distance.

Is there a particular musical instrument you identify with?

The guitar. I play pretty well, though I don’t do it often. Music runs pretty strong in our family.

Is there a particular food that is significant to you in some way?

Significant? Not really. I mean, I associate things like shortbread cookies with my sister Seana, or french fries with Cody or chocolate bars with Sean Patrick, but that’s about it.

How skeptical or not are you about interacting with the supernatural? (Anything from religion, to things like psychic ability/paranormal activity, to... well, whatever. How do you rank on the Mulder-Scully scale? *G*)

My uncle is a vampire, my future in-laws are mages, my best buddy comes from a magickal family, and therefore... I’m right up there with Spooky Mulder. I not only love the fantastic, I’m a part of it. There are very few who look at me and realize that, at heart, I’m a gigantic geek. Gamer, Trekkie, fantasy buff, you name it. I just happen to know a lot of it is real - although really, nothing at all like it’s portrayed in books and on TV.

What is your educational status? Are you proud of it or would you like to improve it?

I’m pretty well educated, I guess, which is almost a miracle, considering. I managed to get through high school by the skin of my teeth, and then the family leaned on me a little so I could get into college. From there the leaning got a little heavier so that I’d actually fulfill my potential and make the family proud. I got my business degree, studied computers and phys ed, got the degree. Sometimes I think I should go back, learn more, but I haven’t gotten around to it yet. I’m proud of what I’ve done, though.

Do you have any creative talents?

Not really, beyond making up characters for roleplaying games.





Cody Cameron

What's the worst thing someone could do?

Oh, golly, I don’t know. Rape, I guess.

What's the worst thing someone could do to you?

Well, I guess, given my first answer, rape me.

What's the worst thing that could happen to you?

Now come on! You’ve pulled this answer out of me already! The worst thing nearly happened, and that’s as far as I want to go with that.

What's the worst thing someone could say about a person?

That they’re a bad person, or a liar, or something like that. Run them down.

What's the best thing someone could say about a person?

That they’re a good person. I’m kinda black-and-white, aren’t I?

Are men and women basically different?

Heck, yeah. I wouldn’t have it any other way!

Which is better, to be a woman or to be a man?

There have been times I wished I was a guy, but mostly it was times when I needed some additional upper body strength. Mostly I’m pretty happy being all girly.

What can men do that women can't do?

Open jars reliably, reach high shelves, comprehend how boxing is scored. Or Nascar, for that matter. That sort of thing.

What can women do that men can't do?

Hit the hamper, fold towels, put groceries away. Okay, guys CAN do that, but it seems a lot of them won’t do ‘em once they have a woman around the house.

Is it possible to change genders?

Sure. We know a girl who used to be a guy.

How old is old enough to have sex?

Depends on how they handle it. I sometimes think some people probably never got old enough. I think I did pretty well. I was eighteen and I don’t think it adversely affected me.

Is it wrong to have sex if you're unmarried?

Boy, I hope not. I’ve had lots of sex and haven’t gotten married yet.

Is it wrong to have sex with someone other than your spouse if you're married?

Yes. I’m always exclusive. One guy at a time, and now one guy forever.

Is it wrong to have sex with a person of the same gender?

No, if that’s what they want.

Is it wrong to have sex with a person of a different race (or a different intelligent non-human species)?

No.

Is it wrong to have more than one sexual partner at the same time?

For me, yes. For others? Who knows? If it’s okay for them.

Is it wrong to have sex with someone you don't love?

I don’t know if it’s wrong, but it’s not exactly my cup of java.

What are the responsibilities of a mother toward a child?

To guide, protect, care for, teach, love. Mom’s always been great. She’s a mother first and then a terrific friend. I’ve gotten way close to her since I grew up. I hope I’m even half as good when I finally have kids.

What are the responsibilities of a father toward a child?

Pretty much the same things. My parents rock, frankly.

What are the responsibilities of a child toward a parent?

I don’t know. I suppose to love them and obey them, at least until adulthood - maybe when they get older I’ll have to care for them, although I have five older siblings to help out with that. Maybe we all have that responsibility when it comes to our parents.

Which should be more important to you, your parent or your child?

My children, I guess, as I get older, especially.

Which should be more important to you, your parent or your spouse?

Spouse, I think. The point is you get old enough to get on without your parents, and that means they did their job.

Which should be more important to you, your child or your spouse?

I couldn’t choose one over the other. Right now the most important person in the world is Matt; our kids would certainly be equal to him in my mind, but I don’t know how I’ll feel once there are actually kids.

Is it wrong to have a child if you're unmarried?

Nah. Marriage is a state of mind.

Is abortion wrong?

No. I know it’s not a popular concept, but until that fetus is viable and able to live on its own outside of the woman’s body, it’s just a parasite.

Is contraception wrong?

Boy, that’s a stupid outlook. And I don’t mean to put down those people who believe it is... wait, yes, I do. It’s a stupid outlook.

Is there one true religion?

No. All religions are true to those who believe them.

Does a deity or deities exist?

Yes. Probably all of them, in some form or another.

How important is it to believe in a deity or deities?

For a lot of people it’s way important. I believe in the temple of the soul, the body, the self; my god is within me and I believe there is a god inside all of us as much as there is around us, surrounding us, within and without. We have the power, all we have to do is tap it.

How important is it to actively practice your religion?

I try to settle into at least an hour of yoga a day. I don’t always manage it, but I can reach inside myself at any time and draw out that strength, so yeah, it’s important to me.

Does magic exist?

Well, duh. Of course.

Is practicing magic wrong?

If you’re bad at it. Rimshot. No, seriously, of course not. Just because history made it wrong doesn’t make it wrong, any more than anything else the so-called self-righteous frown on are wrong.

Is killing always wrong?

Yes. Still, I’m sleeping with a murderer, so I guess sometimes... there’s always an exception to every rule.

Is war always wrong?

Yeah, but it doesn’t stop men from doing it.

How old is old enough to fight in a war?

Never. If everyone just said “no” what would the leaders do?

Is rape always wrong?

YES.

Is torture always wrong?

Yes, and oh, yes, again.

Is theft always wrong?

Mostly, but I can’t help but think there are people who steal only because they have no other choice. I do admire those who would rather starve than steal, but you gotta admire the survival instinct.

Is slavery wrong?

Yes.

Is lying wrong?

Most of the time, yes. Although I have to say that even good lies look bad when you get caught in them.

Is swearing wrong?

No, unless you’re talking about “swearing” to do something and then backing out of it.

What's your greatest fear?

Seriously? This is strange, but I’m afraid of a guy who’s dead. He’s the only one who ever lived who really made me afraid, down deep inside, where nothing else can reach. He made me afraid inside my spirit, and nothing else ever has. But he’s dead now and he can’t make me afraid again. I just occasionally have nightmares that he’s come back, and that’s what I’m really afraid of, I guess, losing that spiritual center of ME.

What brings you the greatest joy?

Life. Life is so awesome, for all its joys and sorrows, even the bad stuff is just plain awesome.

What's your favorite color and why?

Green, I guess, ‘cause it’s Matt’s favorite. For me, I never had one, really. I like rainbows.

When are you most comfortable?

After a yoga routine, laying in corpse pose, relaxed, not worrying about anything. It’s as close to Nirvana as I can get in this lifetime. It’s even better when Matt is nearby.

If you had to pick one song to listen to for the rest of your life, what would it be?

Whoof. Um, maybe Roger Wallace’s “Wishful Drinking.” No, wait. I know. Johnny Cash’s “Flesh and Blood.” That’s the one.

Same with a movie.

Oh, I don’t know. Maybe “Pirates of the Caribbean.” That’s fun. And Johnny Depp. Can’t go wrong.

Dog or cat? Why?

Cats. I don’t like dogs. And yes, I have reasons.

What do you look for in a friend?

Someone who’ll stick with me, someone I can stick by myself. Someone who cares about me, enough that I care about them in return.

What are your own best traits? What do you like best about yourself?

I’m a loving person. In general, I like myself. I think I’m a good person. I’m comfortable in my own skin.

What do you like least about yourself?

I’m way too fond of sweets! My passion for junk food is just barely tolerable in myself. I have bizarre insecurities, which can stem from one person’s hasty comment. I’ll brood on things no one else would even notice.

What are some of your opinions about the world you live in? Political, environmental, etc?

Geez, don’t get me started! I am totally, completely, tree-hugging liberal, especially these days. I don’t think I lean even slightly to the right, except I do drive a pickup truck. A lot of that is because it was what I could afford at the time. Matt says if I want he’ll help me buy a hybrid if I want it, so I’ll probably take him up on that one. At least I’ll do my part a little bit. But, you know, bear in mind I’m a Los Angeles-born yoga instructor who believes in Nirvana. Of course I’m completely left-wing. I’m not a commie, though. Capitalism is totally awesome. Anyway, I’m just waiting for people to get smart again and hoping for the best from the next election. It’ll happen. That’s something I just HAVE to believe.

What do you like to do to relax?

Yoga.

If you use a weapon, what is it? Why do you use it? For what reason specifically? Why did you pick it up in the first place? Is it unusual for your world for you to carry a weapon? Why or why not?

Wit. And books. Great weapons.

What is the government like in your world? (Be as in depth or not as you prefer) What is the law like in your world? Are you on the right or wrong side of it? Why?

Our government are a bunch of old white guys (no matter what color they are – and the women, too – they’re all old white guys at heart) who want to dictate how every person lives, breathes, eats, sleeps, fucks, and shits. As Sean Patrick would say, pardon my language. These guys don’t believe in anyone having fun, enjoying life, or basically doing anything that anyone cares about, unless it involves getting them more money and power.

The law is fine, until it starts being legislated by the aforementioned old white guys.

Do you worship a deity? Is there more than one in your religion?

When it comes to it, I’m closest to believing in the Hindu pantheon, in so far as I believe in any gods at all – Ganesha and the White Tara, the Bodhisattva; the laughing Buddha, the compassionate Kuan Yin, the Cosmos of Compassion. Om. I don’t so much worship them as am guided by them, feel the great wheel of life around me, reach for that greater understanding. We are all one, the divine spark in all of us, there is no god but us.

What do you like to eat? Is that common or uncommon?

My greatest downfall is fried food, specifically French fries, which I can, if given half the chance, eat without stopping until I wipe out my own plate and any that are within my reach. I’m also very partial to chicken fingers and other greasy, disgusting items. Oh, heavens, fried cheese! I know, in at least one of my professions, and with my beliefs, I should be a tofu-digesting health nut, but I am not much on the granola and wheat grass. Why do myself out of something yummy? I enjoy it, and life is to enjoy. I had some guru ask me why I punished my body with junk food - how the body is a temple and all that - and I asked him how something so enjoyable could be a punishment, while so-called “healthy” stuff, which brought me no enjoyment, could be good. I think I gave him quite the dilemma.

What do you like to drink?

Diet Coke, mostly. It’s my morning coffee, my afternoon pickup, and my evening soda. I also drink water and milk, of course, and I like beer once in a while.

What about alcohol/drugs/other mind altering experiences?

Other than the above-mentioned beer, I like rum; rum and Diet Coke is a regular drink. I also like a mojito once in a while, and there’s been a few mixed drinks I’ve run across that I just love. I’m not into drugs, though. About the only other “mind-altering” experiences I’ve had are sex and yoga.

What's the thing you absolutely do not want to be without?

Matt. I guess he doesn’t qualify as a “thing,” though, does he? Things, things… I don’t know. A comfy chair, a toothbrush, a place to sleep, a relaxed pair of yoga pants, oh, I know! A good exercise bra. An absolute must. Cannot do without it.

In a potential partner, or a person to whom you might be attracted:
a) What is the first thing that catches your eye?
b) What physical aspect do you find you are most attracted to?
Why?
c) What nonphysical aspect do you find you are most attracted to?
Why?


I’m shallow enough to say that a handsome face can always catch my eye. Good face, good hair, good smile – then a hot body, muscles, long legs, great ass. The best thing of those? Eyes, maybe, hands, hair, then mouth. And ass. Non-physical? A good laugh, a sense of humor. An adventurous spirit.

Describe in detail the most perfect kiss you can imagine:
a) Giving
b) Receiving?


I shoved him against the wall, pressed myself against him, and just kissed him because I wanted to. When he woke up enough to kiss me back, he kissed me with his whole face. He bangs his jaw against mine and demands I kiss him. It’s the best kissing ever, always absolutely perfect. He kisses me and it’s just that. Perfect.

Sexually, how do you like it? (i.e. hard and fast/slow and easy/casual/rough/gentle) Why?

We play it all ways. We play hard and fast, slow and easy, sometimes rough, often casual, sometimes gentle. We like to take stuff out of the “Position of the Day” playbook and see what we can do. We play with restraints, handcuffs, toys… about the only thing we don’t ever do is the serious S & M stuff. We might tie each other up, but we don’t hit or anything. No whips, just chains. It’s a teasing game. He can make me wet just by smiling at me, I can’t describe how he makes me feel when he touches me.

How do you get your partner to warm up to you?

Hoo, my Matt’s such a horndog all I have to do is grin at him and he’s all over me. But that’s something I really like about him. If a grin isn’t working magic, then I can rub his thigh or press my boobs against him. That always starts him up.

If things start feeling overwhelming/chaotic and there's nothing you can do about it, do you have a particular mantra/escape mechanism to help you stay calm? If so, what? If not, how do you cope?

Om. There is a world of understanding and relaxation in “om.” Meditation and breathing. A good long look inside, at myself.

How do you feel about the balance of power in relationships? Ie, what should it look like, ideally?

The key word in that sentence is “balance.” To be balanced all things must be equal, and that’s especially true in a relationship. All things even. That’s both ideal and correct. And, I think, my own relationship.

What part does money play in your life? Do you worry about it? Does it affect your decisions?

I grew up in a very, very happy family. We had everything we needed, a lot of happiness and joy and all the good things, and so therefore it wasn’t until I moved out on my own for the first time that I realized we were dirt poor. My parents sacrificed a lot, but they did right by all us kids, managed to get us through college with aid and grants and scholarships and all that. So I got my massage license, then my bartending license, and I got to work. I did okay on my own, paid my bills a little late, a couple of times had my water or my electric turned off, but I managed. I learned how to live on a budget. And then I met a guy who gives me diamonds, real freakin’ diamonds, for our first Christmas together. It was something of a shock to not have to worry about whether to get groceries OR a new yoga mat. Now I can get both when I need ‘em. I haven’t gone hog wild yet, but I’m not sure what might happen when or if we actually get married and his money is, I guess, MINE. Right now it’s still his and I don’t feel I can go nuts with it, but oh, I don’t know. I’m trying to imagine what it might be like to walk into some high-end store with a wallet that’s, well, virtually bottomless. I mean, of course, I know it’s not, but for me it sure seems like it.

What could drive you to acts of desperation?

I don’t know what exactly is meant by “acts of desperation.” What kind of acts? Driven to steal? Kill? Or what? I don’t know, really. I really don’t. Do I have the strength to actually kill someone who was threatening me or mine? To steal if I were starving? I don’t know if I have that much courage. I guess I could be driven to desperation if put in the right situation, but I just don’t know what that would be.

Do you draw moral boundaries for yourself? If so, what could push you to cross the lines of your own personal code of conduct?

Of course. “Do no harm.” But as with the previous question, I don’t know what could push me to actually harm someone. I mean, I gave a judo throw to an old guy who was threatening Sean Patrick, but I don’t think I really hurt him any. He was able to walk out of the bar, anyway. I don’t know if I could have gone further if he hadn’t given up.

Which of the four elements (air, water, earth, fire) do you identify with most and why?

Water. Water is fluid, open, giving, powerful. It nurtures, it gives, and it’s strong enough to command the other elements. Not that I feel like I’m in “command” of my little group, but somehow I’ve become the conscience. Not sure how that happened, but it did.

(Where applicable) Do you prefer to live in a rural, suburban, or urban area? Why?

I’m born and raised a Los Angeles gal. I haven’t ever lived in the country, but I guess I could if I had to.

Is there a particular musical instrument you identify with?

Hmmm. I don’t know. Maybe the harp. I like the guitar and the violin a lot, but I don’t know that I identify with any of ‘em specifically. I sure don’t play one, I just listen to everyone I know play.

Is there a particular food that is significant to you in some way?

The usual things, I guess. Thanksgiving day turkey, my mom’s stuffing, the pies Gramma used to make, bacon sandwiches, chocolate chip cookies, Thai red curry beef.

How skeptical or not are you about interacting with the supernatural? (Anything from religion, to things like psychic ability/paranormal activity, to... well, whatever. How do you rank on the Mulder-Scully scale? *G*)

I suppose it depends on what you mean by “supernatural.” What some folks call “super”natural, I just call natural. My parents are both mages, as were three of my grandparents, and three of my siblings. My boyfriend was raised by a vampire who’s now my boss and one of my best friends. It’s just the way life always has been. Magic is something my family lives, sleeps, and breathes. I accept it as a simple fact of life. Matt had me watch a few episodes of the X-Files. Mulder would go nuts, meeting my family.

What is your educational status? Are you proud of it or would you like to improve it?

I do okay. I was just a bit above average in high school, did okay in college, passed my courses, got my degree and then my licenses. I love to read and such, but I don’t think I’m any kind of a scholarly-type person.

Do you have any creative talents?

Not really.



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