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Electric Energy - a brief taste of lightening.

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Electric Energy
A brief taste of lightening.

Ok, so I dont live in the UK. So sue me. I do have a few friends over there, though. My company even has an office in the UK that I would love to get over and see one of these days. Maybe one day (very soon) I will. Maybe someday I'll even move there. I've wanted to since I was a little kid. For now, I'm ok here in California.

I'm a full 5'6"; 130lb fiesty redhead. I've got a fairly decent outlook on life. I'm grateful for what I've got and I'm not willing to compromise it in the slightest.

I'm an ex-model now working behind the cameras in the broadcasting industry. I love my job and get to travel all the time. I've met some incredible friends and had some amazing experiences because of it.

I'm also a camera ham, as you will learn soon. I'll always try to answer your comments, so please feel free to leave me as many as you like.

At one time I would have said that my favorite book was "The Count of Monte Cristo" because it's such a prime example of what revenge can do. Now, I have to say that it's still a fine piece of literature, but I like it for other reasons than I once did. I'm no longer interested in revenge. I'm interested in telling the truth to anyone who will listen. That's actually EXACTLY what my own book is about. If you're a part of my life, then I can guarantee you are in my book. Remember that. I may not be out for revenge, but karma will always kick someone in the butt.

I just finished writing my first novel. I actually just finished it 9.13.05 so I'm in the stages of editing at the moment. In the mean time, I've also started the second novel, and progress is going well.

Anyway, it's nice to meet you!!!

My simple words of advise :

If something needs to be done, DO IT ALREADY! Dont wait for others to take care of it or nothing will ever be accomplished.

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6th Jul 2006, 21:55  


paintist says:

lovely celtic pattern.......

6th Jul 2006, 21:56

mouseninja says:

that's pretty :)

6th Jul 2006, 22:23

kostika says:

Very nice. But what is it?

7th Jul 2006, 13:30

redhead4304 says:

Kostika - it's called a Quaich. It's used for tasting single malt Scotch.
I guess you could say I'm a conoseur of sorts.

7th Jul 2006, 16:06

kostika says:

I hate the stuff, but I know more than any girl should know and now you've jsut added to my knowledge :o)

Husband loves the stuff, thus my ever expanding knowledge of it.

7th Jul 2006, 16:11

redhead4304 says:

Kostika, it's a passion for me. My all time favourite would be a 30 year old Balvenie, going right now for about $500 US.

7th Jul 2006, 17:16

seaneeboy says:

Oooh, I think I've had some of that, lovely it was. My usual stock is balvenie 12 yr doublewood, but I'm rather partial to a laphroig or lagavullen too.

11th Jul 2006, 19:09

spoon_lamp says:

Nice! I'd like to try one of those...quite a fan of single malts too...

11th Jul 2006, 19:25

redhead4304 says:

Seaneeboy - you're talking my language! I've got a 16yr Lagavulin on my table at home right now, and a 10yr Founders Reserve from Balvenie right next to it. If you ever get the chance to try it, the Founders Reserve is quite nice. Hardly a hint of the New Make in it.
Spoon - you've just escaladed yourself to the status of being one of my favourite people!

11th Jul 2006, 20:34

seaneeboy says:

Oh yes, the 15 yr old single barrel is fabby too though at 48% will fairly blow your socks off!

I once splashed out on a 21 yr old port wood finish too and it was well worth it.

Of course, popping home to scotland frequently makes it a lot easier to get my hands on it, but I can certainly reccommend:

12th Jul 2006, 14:19

redhead4304 says:

Oooh yes! Royal Mile Whiskies... I've heard of them.
the 21yr Port Wood is quite nice. I've had 2 of those bottles myself. Wonderful.

Ever had Caol Isla 25? Fantastic. I would highly recommend it to you if you can find it (which I imagine wouldn't be a problem for you).

12th Jul 2006, 20:29

redhead4304 says:

Oh! And from Ardbeg, the Lord of the Isles is phenominal... talking of blowing your socks off.

12th Jul 2006, 20:30

spoon_lamp says:

I grew up on the Orkneys - theres a 12 yr old Highland Park you have to try if you haven't already. A good warm one!

13th Jul 2006, 13:20

don lee(leedonalda-at-yahoo-dot-com) says:

It's beautiful! I've been looking for you for 15 years. Please contact 619-889-2243

22nd Mar 2008, 23:42