I’m interested in a lot of different things, and so this is my (mostly) non-political, personal blog for me to rant and rave about the goings on of my life, or whatever I want. Mostly, I write this blog as a diary, and use it to explore topics of interest to me like reproductive rights, living childfree, secularism, various topics related to humanism, exploring the outdoors, my dog Molly, whatever else might be on my mind that I just needs to write down. (so, a lot of things, really.)
This isn’t my only blog, I’m also active on The Golden Coat Hanger, a pro-choice blog. Some posts may appear in both locations, if relevant.
What can I say? I joined the Army at the age 0f 18, wherein my MOS was 15W, UAV Operator (I flew the Shadow,) and I am currently in the process of getting out on a medical discharge. I currently live with my boyfriend, who also served. Instead of child-proofing our home, as some young couples do, we decided to childproof ourselves. As my BF and I are both happily Childfree, I had a tubal ligation, coincidentally, on World Population Day. Getting fixed is no easy task at 22 when you have no kids.
I’m an atheist, and, contrary to how some religious fundies like to act, although I’m not perfect I consider myself a moral person. I’m good without god, just like everyone can be good without god. I’m moral not despite my atheism, but more because of it. Being a decent human being, I’m liberal, LGBTQA-friendly, prochoice, and do try to be somewhat green.
Since I’m planning on staying in Colorado for quite some time (I’ve fallen in love with the state) I intend to make the best of the outdoor activities available. Hiking, biking, snowboarding and so on. I’ve been having a lot of fun. I’ve made it my goal to climb Pike’s Peak next summer. I realize that it’s not exactly Everest, but it’s still intimidating. Eventually, I’ll hit up all of the Colorado 14ers.