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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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13th Jul 2006, 18:29  


wildrainbows says:

*sigh* I can't wait 'til I come to LA in September!!

13th Jul 2006, 21:14

redhead4304 says:

You're going to be in LA? How exciting!
Business? Pleasure?

13th Jul 2006, 21:16

wildrainbows says:

Pleasure, just a short visit tho - only there for 7 days :(

13th Jul 2006, 21:42

redhead4304 says:

Ooh I'm sure you will have lots to do in that short ammount of time then.
What part are you going to visit? Disney Land? Hollywood? Universal Studios?

13th Jul 2006, 22:02

wildrainbows says:

LOL, I'm a organisational freak I have a whole itinerary worked out much to my boyfriends delight 'cos it means he doesn't have to do anything except follow me and my directions, haha!!

We're not really bothered about studio tours, but a theme park is definately on the 'to do' list. We're still not sure which one tho 'cos they all look so good!

I'm most looking forward to the beach and the Getty center, oh and shopping of course ;)

13th Jul 2006, 22:21

redhead4304 says:

I'm actually going to the Getty on Sunday. It's certainly something you dont want to miss. The view from up there is incredible!
For studio tours, I would certainly hit Disney Land, since it's much larger than Universal Studios. Magic Mountain was a lot of fun at one time, but it's really over run by punks these days. Knotts Berry Farm I haven't been to since I was about 8 so my opinions of it are slightly skewed. I nearly fell off of a ride.

Take lots of pictures, I'd love to see shots of your visit when you get home!

13th Jul 2006, 22:45

wildrainbows says:

I intend on taking millions of pictures so don't you worry!

As for theme parks, we were leaning more towards Knotts Berry, partly because of the waterpark just over the road, but I'm yet to find anyone who has been to give me an idea of what they are both like!

14th Jul 2006, 03:47

redhead4304 says:

I've not been to the water park myself, but I'm sure I could ask around for you, since I live so close. Keep your eyes open - I'll post something here for you about Knotts.

14th Jul 2006, 17:06

OJ says:

We went to the Getty Centre last week and the view is indeed amazing.Take shades, the white marble is blinding.

The building is amazing, it is like ascending to Doctor No's lair. Unfortunately I don't think the collection quite matches up to the expectation created by the marble palace. It is after all, a private collection, and the scope of it just doesn't match up to what you might expect in a European museum or gallery.

14th Jul 2006, 17:13

wildrainbows says:

Thanks red :) Where abouts in LA do you live? We're staying up in Manhattan Beach, any recommendations for dining out/ drinking?

OJ - I hear they have some wonderful art at the Getty but we're going more for the view and the architecture :)

14th Jul 2006, 20:09