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I'm a 32 year old mother of 2 fantastic little boys, ages 5 and 10. I'm a retail lackey who dreams of running away to San Francisco where I'll live on my trust fund and take photographs of the city all day.

Currently Reading

  • Middlesex by Jeffrey Eugenides

Movies You Should Check Out

  • Little Miss Sunshine
  • The Good Shepherd

Rocking My iPod This Week

  • Eminem
  • Hinder
  • The Fray

Categorically Speaking...

Tuesday, October 31, 2006

New Music (Chasing Cars - Snow Patrol)

We'll do it all
On our own

We don't need
Or anyone

If I lay here
If I just lay here
Would you lie with me and just forget the world?

I don't quite know
How to say
How I feel

Those three words
Are said too much
They're not enough

If I lay here
If I just lay here
Would you lie with me and just forget the world?

Forget what we're told
Before we get too old
Show me a garden that's bursting into life

Let's waste time
Chasing cars
Around our heads

I need your grace
To remind me
To find my own

If I lay here
If I just lay here
Would you lie with me and just forget the world?

Forget what we're told
Before we get too old
Show me a garden that's bursting into life

All that I am
All that I ever was
Is here in your perfect eyes, they're all I can see

I don't know where
Confused about how as well
Just know that these things will never change for us at all

If I lay here
If I just lay here
Would you lie with me and just forget the world?

Saturday, October 28, 2006

My Seven Deadly Sins

Your Gluttony Quotient: 70%

Eating is not just a hobby for you - it's your life.
And while your friends do appreciate your good taste in food, they're a little disgusted by how fast you shovel it down.

Your Greed Quotient: 45%

You are somewhat greedy, but your greed is probably a healthy motivator.
Wanting nice things is normal, as long as it doesn't take over your life.

Your Sloth Quotient: 37%

You're a little lazy, but normally you're a very energetic and motivated person.
Don't beat yourself up over a little laziness every now and then. You do need your downtime!

Your Wrath Quotient: 75%

Everyone around you pretty much fears your wrath... which is probably what you want.
But just remember, there's a very thin line between fear and hate!

Your Lust Quotient: 76%

You are a very lustful person - and it sometimes gets the better of you!
You know how to hold back, but you hardly ever do.

Your Envy Quotient: 32%

You are an occasionally envious person, but jealousy doesn't usually get the better of you.
You're wise enough to know that envy feels horrible - and does nothing to improve your life.
A little jealousy is normal: so go ahead and let yourself feel it. But don't let it bum you out!

Your Pride Quotient: 44%

You have your proud moments, but you're also likely to be a little ashamed of them.
Don't be too hard on yourself. It's normal to want to make a stellar impression.

Me, Today...

{ feeling }

tired. longing. excitement for my trip. bored of work. wishing that things were somewhat different than what they are. proud of myself in regards to my photo work at school.

{ enjoying }

the quiet that is going on. the music on alex's myspace page. my photo class.

{ grateful for }

my husband and son and their unconditional love. reuniting with tyson. alex's unwavering support.

{ anticipating }

a wonderful trip to seattle. seeing hunter in his halloween costume trick-or-treating.

{ listening to }

marilyn manson. the soundtrack to rent. the fray. nickelback. hinder. cyantific. london elektricity.

{ reading }

running with scissors by augusten burroughs. coming of age in mississippi by anne moody.

{ wishing }

for internal peace. for a phone call from tyson. that jordan would come over and make me some food while i'm sitting here working. that love finds alex because he is the definition of an excellent human being. that i were in san francisco.

...what are you feeling / enjoying / grateful for / listening to / reading / wishing today?

Thursday, October 26, 2006


So I've tried to write this post for about 5 days now. It's been really hard. Instead, I've been taking the easy way out. Most people know that the music I post is usually directly correlated to things that are going on in my world or to things that I'm feeling. I'm guessing that even without my commentary that most people would assume where I was going with the last song knowing what happened about 2 weeks ago and how everyone felt about it, but I feel the need to say something.

To start, I understand why people are concerned. Given all that has happened over the past year with Tyson & I, it's completely understandable. That said. Please don't make me feel bad for taking him back. He is not just some random person that hurt me and left. He is my BEST FRIEND. I was devastated when he left. I was devastated while he was gone. I was devastated when he showed up seemingly out of the blue. But I'm not taking him back just because of my devastation. I'm not doing it just to make me feel better. My eyes are open.

When we met up, I told him what it was like for me to have him leave how he did. How it felt to not understand. And he apologized. He felt terrible for hurting me, even though he didn't know that he did until that moment. He promised that he would never hurt me again. And I believe him. We're building our relationship back again. And I need that. I need him.

So, I appreciate your concern for me. I really do. Please, please understand that. But please also understand where I'm coming from, too. There is a piece of my heart that stays with him. No matter what has happened, that piece has always stayed with him. It is a piece that I will never get back - we've shared too much, gone through too much, meant too much. I have forgiven him. I'm working through the hurt with his input.

And that is how I need it to be.

Sunday, October 22, 2006

New Music (About Us - Brooke Hogan)

[Paul Wall:]
Boys talkin' down
On the sidelines watching wishin' they was playin' the game we playin'
But its all good though
Paul Wall Brooke what up baby

What it do Paul Wall
Look who's talkin'

[Paul Wall:]
OK I hear the commentators on the side chatter boxing
Paul Wall and Brooke got all the paparazzi watching
I hear them jaw japing bumping guns chasing crones
We ain't concerned with them bums we cumulating funds
Plastic wrist we got the Johnny Dang watch froze 5 kid yellow stone in my earlobe
I'm squashing chatter when the light hit the pinky ring
Starch and clean white puff with the lean
See me in the new Benz cuz I'm oh so ballin'
Or a old school slab with the few wheels fallin'
We got em talkin' but really they ain't saying too much
Just speculating the gossip truth is they don't know about us

I see your lips moving but I don't hear nothing
Everybody talking like they really know something about us
But they don't know nothing about us
I see your lips moving but I don't hear nothing
Everybody talking like they really wanna know about us
But they don't know nothing about us

(Talk to 'em Brooke)

I'm just trying to live but your all up in my grill
How's a girl to breathe with all the media starring down my mouth
With a four inch lenz I just wanna hit the club with some of my friends

[Paul Wall:]
They talkin' bout us so I guess were doing something right
Ballin' in the mix with the camera lights shining bright
They know we caked up but they don't know how much we worth
people clear the ceiling off because we getting work

Picture yourself up in my shoes
Top story in the news
Everyday its something new
Everybody's watching you
But they ain't seen nothing
They Ain't heard nothing
Everybody's just fronting its what they do

I see your lips moving but I don't hear nothing
Everybody talking like they really know something about us
But they don't know nothing about us
I see your lips moving but I don't hear nothing
Everybody talking like they really wanna know about us
But they don't know nothing about us

Stop stop stop
I'm not listening
You can save your breath

I don't wanna hear the rumors people are spreading
Why, why do people go
Out of there way
To try to bring us down
They wanna know about us

I see your lips moving but I don't hear nothing
Everybody talking like they really know something about us
But they don't know nothing about us
I see your lips moving but I don't hear nothing
Everybody talking like they really wanna know about us
But they don't know nothing about us

Sunday, October 15, 2006

What a Difference a Few Hours Make

I came downstairs yesterday after my shower and began to gather my things that I needed for my photo shoot, since I was taking Hayley's family Christmas portraits on location 20 miles away from the house and I didn't want to forget anything. Now before I had gotten in the shower, I called Matt's cell, but he didn't answer. So when I picked up my cell phone to put it in my purse and I noticed there was a missed call, I wasn't surprised. I just assumed that Matt had called. But when I hit "View", it came back "Tyson Cell".

Ummmm, what the fuck? That has to be some weird system glich. That can't be who called me. So I exited out of that screen, only to be told that I had a new text message. I went to view that...only to see that the text was from "Tyson Cell".

WTF?!?!?! When I pulled up the message it said, "Heya Jen - Tyson" Whaaaa?

Let's recap. Last phone conversation: May 7th. Last email conversation: July 6th. And now just randomly Tyson wants to talk? I was dumbfounded. Literally dumbfounded. I actually stared at my phone for 10 minutes. I respond to the text message with a basic, "Hey T, how goes it?" I then drove to the spot where Hayley & I were meeting to drive up to the picture spot. I was having so much trouble wrapping my head around the concept that Tyson had actually tried to contact me that I called Hayley while I was driving. She, too, was dumbfounded - for once in her life she was actually speechless!

So when I finally park to wait for Hayley, I look a little more closely at my phone. Turns out the messages were from Friday night, and I didn't hear them because I forgot to take my phone of silent after class. He texted me, then 5 minutes later he called. So I called him back and left him a brief voice mail. What in the world was going on? And I couldn't help it. I sat in that church parking lot and started to cry. I had finally come to accept that we must not be friends anymore, and then all of a sudden he's back in my life?

I took the pictures (which turned out well, thanks!) and went home. That's when I put the new music on my blog. It pretty much summed up how I felt. I didn't forsee hearing back from Tyson because I didn't want to let myself get my hopes up. I didn't want to get hurt. Anyone who knows me, knows I don't do hurt very well. And whether he meant to or not, Tyson had hurt me enough to last a lifetime. So Matt & I are sitting on the couch playing a video game when I hear my phone beep that I have a new text message. I got up to see what it was, and it was Tyson again - and he wanted to hang out. Turned out that he was in town for work. I was torn. I wanted so bad to see him, but I was so afraid that somehow I would end up hurt by it. I talked to Matt, and while he didn't like it, he agreed that I needed to go.

So I went. At first it was kinda awkward. Like we had just met. By the end of the night, though, it was like we'd never been apart. I've missed hanging out with him. I didn't realize just how much until I was there with him. I won't go into detail about our night because it was just for him & me. I think we are on the road to healing, though. I hope we are. Everyone I know has had an opinion on my meeting up with Tyson, though, and none of them were very good. From the mild (just be careful) to the vehement (I will beat him up if he hurts you again), I was the only one who thought this could be a good thing. Still am. And I'm scared. Because as much as he doesn't want to hurt me, I'm afraid that he might.

And I've left myself wide open to it.

Please don't, T.

Saturday, October 14, 2006

New Music (Rest in Pieces - Saliva)

Look at me
My depth perception must be off again
Cause this hurts deeper than I thought it did
It has not healed with time

It just shot down my spine

You look so beautiful tonight
Reminds me how you laid us down
And gently smiled
Before you destroyed my life

Would you find it in your heart
To make this go away
And let me rest in pieces
Would you find it in your heart?
To make this go away
And let me rest in pieces
Would you find it in your heart?
To make this go away
And let me rest in pieces

Look at me
My depth perception must be off again
You got much closer than I thought you did
I'm in your reach
You held me in your hands

But could you find it in your heart?
To make this go away
And let me rest in pieces
Would you find it in your heart?
To make it go away
And let me rest in pieces

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

New Music (Out Tonight - Rent Soundtrack)

100 Random Musings by Moi

On a lot of the blogs that I like to frequent, I've noticed a trend: namely, they all have a "100 Things" list on there somewhere. So in honor of these wonderful women and their fabulous blogs, here's 100 things that are keeping me up at night and asleep during class. Now you may just officially know more than you wanted to...

*I've come to realize that there are just some things in life that we will never why people think Uma Thurman is so gorgeous.
*I majorly {heart} public transportation systems. But not because it's all environmently happy. I just like them.
*I plan to set foot on every continent before I die. I'm currently taking donations to fund said adventure.
*I'm the only person I know that wants to visit the Middle East. I will one day go to Lebanon, damnit!
*If society weren't so narrow-minded, I'd stretch my ear lobe piercings to 2 gauge. I think they look neat.
*If I had a dollar for everytime my best friend made me cry in the past year, I wouldn't need to take donations for the aforementioned adventure to every continent. In fact, I could take you all with me.
*I have no tolerance for intolerant and ignorant people. Does this make me hypocritical? Maybe. Do I care? No.
*Some of the coolest people I know, I've never actually met. Alex, you know I'm talking about you!
*I have never found Tom Cruise to be that good-looking, same goes for Brad Pitt.
*Special K Red Berries makes me happy. So does Tazo Passion Tea.

*It drives me insane to listen to people talk about things that are so not any of their business. Like Tom Cruise and psychiatry. I defy him to tell me I can be fixed with vitamins and exercise. He'll walk away from the conversation with a face for radio.
*I put George W. Bush at the top of the list of the "Worst Things to Ever Happen to America".
*People who complain about the state of the world, but do nothing to make it better piss me off. So do people who don't vote.
*I will never totally get f-stops on my camera. But I can still take a pretty damn good picture, thank you very much!
*Mr. Gardner, my high school typing teacher, will be apalled to hear that I am mostly staring at the keys while I type this....yes, Mr. Gardner....I LIVE to shame my mama in this fashion.
*I cry every time I watch Rent and I get to the part where Angel dies. Sue me.
*I'm currently writing a novel.
*I'm a reality show junkie.
*I cannot stand bleu cheese - or any other cheese that smells that bad.
*Whenever someone wants to know the title of a song, I'm usually the first person they call.

*I'm a pop culture trivia phenom. No shit. Vh1 wouldn't let me on their show out of fear.
*I suck at cardinal ordinates...but I still have a pretty good sense of direction.
*I am amused by the people suing over seeing Janet Jackson's nipple during halftime of the Super Bowl because they were offended. Please, you practically had to stop frame to see what was going on. Does looking in the mirror after you get out of the shower offend you too?
*If I ever run into the freaks that belong to the Westboro Baptist Church (the lunatics protesting at soldiers' funerals, who also planned to protest outside the funerals of those poor Amish schoolgirls) I will, in fact, end up in jail. I won't regret it one bit, either.
*I still own clothing and accessories from high school. I still wear them, too.
*The Brady Bunch ruled. Still does.
*The cotton industry has it all wrong: polyester is the fabric of our lives. I'm thinking about starting a petition.
*I believe the world would be a better place if everyone stopped pushing their religions and moral values on others. We're all different - it doesn't make us more or less of a human being.
*I've never seen an episode of Desparate Housewives. I've never seen more than 5 minutes of Lost.
*Sleep is currently the most rewarding part of my day.

*The fact that radical groups are allowed to come protest on my college campus sickens me. I shouldn't have to put up with your freakish beliefs when I'm just trying to attend my classes that I am paying for. Especially since they aren't students themselves.
*If McDonald's did their annual Monopoly game any more frequently I would be destitue and weigh 700 pounds.
*The fact that UPS still uses the "What can brown do for you?" slogan (even after learning of it's drug reference) amuses me to no end.
*I hate that I can't just be sick to call into work. I need to be dying with the funeral home on standby. And even then it's not okay.
*NASCAR's popularity confounds me. May I suggest standing on a busy freeway overpass? At least then you'll see different cars during your wasted 4 hours.
*How is it that the Raiders can go 4-1 in the preseason, but can't manage to win a freakin' game once it matters?
*NBC is at the top of my television shit list for cancelling Conviction, the best show to come out last season. I haven't been this morally outraged since the cancellation of 21 Jumpstreet. Or Dharma & Greg.
*People who say things like, "It's 190 degrees out. Literally." Need to jump off a cliff. Literally.
*My husband is quite possibly the most wonderful man on the face of the earth. He rules.
*Jerry Falwell and his religious right cronies piss me off. I would pay good money to be able to call him an asshat to his face. Then kick him in the balls.

*I never understood why Seinfeld was so fabulous. I, mean, I enjoyed watching it, but I wasn't like "OMFG, this show rules!" Unlike Conviction.
*Little Miss Sunshine is quite possibly the coolest movie of the year. Everyone must watch it.
*I'm completely unashamed of my eclectic music tastes. You know you liked New Kids on the Block, too.
*Cadbury Creme Eggs are quite possibly the best seasonal candy ever. Ever.
*I think people who hit on me at clubs and/or compliment my looks are off their off their rockers. But it still makes me smile.
*I go to strip clubs with my male friends because they amuse me. That and they usually have bitchin' drink specials.
*Yes, I still use the word bitchin' while keeping a completely straight face.
*Organized religion freaks me out. I much prefer philosophies.
*The day I get my new laptop is the day you see me go "Michael Bolton" on the current one.
*Marilyn Manson is cool. Feel free to admit that.

*I reeeeally want a medium format camera.
*San Francisco is the best city in the country. NYC may give it a bit of a run for it's money, but San Francisco is totally where it's at.
*I'm not addicted to Myspace...but I am totally addicted to the fun little pictures you can leave for comments.
*Random people will tell me their deep dark secrets without me asking. I have never understood this.
*I once wanted 6 kids. Including a set of quadruplets. I wasn't on drugs at the time.
*French is such a cool language. I'm working on teaching myself.
*My friends are my family, and there is nothing I wouldn't do for them. Ask the aforementioned best friend. I've been to Hell and back for him.
*Being a Cancer totally rules. It can also be a major pain in the ass.
*Sebastian Bach is the closet thing to a god on earth. There really is no argument on that one. If you have any doubts, please refer down about 3 posts on the ol' blog here. I defy you to disagree.
*I wish the hair band would make a comeback. And disco. Then I wouldn't have to listen to all the crappy wannabe rappers anymore.

*Speaking of rap, have there even been any good rappers to come out of the past decade? Eminem. That's about it. Listen up, people! 50 CENT IS NOT RAP!!! HE IS HIP HOP AT BEST. And no matter how you slice it, he sucks. So there.
*My current favorite phrase is "I defy you to...(insert some action here)". I use it at least 4 or 5 times a day.
*I'm also partial to saying "Oy." I've more than once been asked if I'm Jewish. I'm not. I just happen to enjoy a few Yiddish colloquisms.
*Sometimes you just wanna say "I need a flare gun...and some flares." Really. You should try it sometime.
*I never wanted an iPod until last year. Now I can't live without it.
*Widgets are the coolest things ever.
*My in-laws totally rule. In fact, my husband's entire family kicks ass. Case in point: when my wedding officiant failed to show up at the wedding, one of Matt's aunts offered to kick him in the balls and/or key his car. I love you, Aunt Nan! LOL
*Another weird glitch in the cosmos: everyone jumping on the "How hot is Patrick Dempsey? Bandwagon". Where were all of you when he was the nerd in Can't Buy Me Love? Nowhere! And for the record I still don't see the attraction.
*Rob Zombie is fabulous. I saw a stripper once do a set to Rob Zombie's "Living Dead Girl" and Marilyn Manson's "This is the New Shit" She got a wonderful tip from me. Which in turn made my friend's eyes pop out of his head.
*People are often surprised to know that I have 6 tattoos. They go into shock when they hear I have at least 2 and a half more planned.

*I used be in band promotion when I lived in California. I worked with Papa Roach, Simon Says, Darwin's Waiting Room, Hoobastank, and Key to Arson. I really miss that!
*Local bands are where it's at. Bozeman has a pretty good local music scene. Some acts I hate to miss? Illsauce, The Clintons, and Eightrack Mind.
*I actually know all the people on my Myspace friends list. I don't whore my profile out for friends.
*I have cousins on my dad's side of the family that I have never met. But I have 3 of the cousins I have met on my Myspace list.
*I'm going to attempt to make all of our Christmas cards again this year. Yes, I AM, in fact, out of my mind. And yes, I have the backing of the medical community on that statement.
*We Cancers are family oriented. 9 of the people on my Myspace "Top 16" are either actual family members or people I consider to be family.
*Speaking of Cancers, whether you choose to believe it or not, astrology is not as bogus of a science as some would have you think.
*Kurt Cobain was a musical genius. But he IS dead, as are Tupac and Elvis.
*Loyalty is a huge thing for me. I won't hesitate to stand up to people to defend my friends' honor, and I will fight anyone who threatens them. I expect my friends to stand up for me, too.
*I'm so completely ADD that this list will take me a couple of days to finish.

*I believe that you should live life without regrets. The past made you who you are today. Why would you want to change that? Live and learn.
*Rent is officially my favorite movie of all-time. My next tattoo will incorporate the phrase "No Day But Today" in honor of that movie and my "No Regrets" philosophy.
*I know every line of dialogue from the movie Speed. I've been known to recite entire 5 minute chunks of it. I can do this because I've seen Speed 183 times.
*I can recite almost all of Act 2, Scene 2 of Romeo & Juliet. Holly & I memorized an ungodly amount of lines back in high school for freshman English. Thanks again Mr. Tooker!
*Alex rules the world. Even if he thinks that I am ancient.
*All these people running around wanting to boycott the French and call fries "freedom fries" can suck it. The French made Grey Goose. Grey Goose is the nectar of the gods. So again, I say: suck it.
*Nothing is better than curling up with a blanket and a good book on a rainy day. Unless it warm rain. Then nothing is better than going out and stomping in puddles on a rainy day.
*There are times when it's completely acceptable to just say "Fuck it." Even if your grandmother happens to be in the room. It's one of those times.
*My current fantasy is watching my work burn to the ground. As I was driving to work tonight, there was a fire near the building. From a distance, I thought my dreams had come true.
*If I were skinnier, I'd totally be a stripper. They make freaking bank. LOL It's all about the benjamins!

*Beck is waay underrated as a music artist. "Loser" was genius.
*I would love to live abroad for a couple of years. I think it would be an incredible experience for Hunter.
*I'm pretty sure I could spend a week in the Louvre. Just in the Impressionist section. I {heart} Impressionism.
*I take pride in having friends of all different backgrounds and interests. Life is too short to be boring vanilla in the great big ice cream stand of a world we live in.
*I am completely incapable of saving money.
*Intuition is something that everyone should pay more attention to. If you can't trust yourself and your judgment, you are in big trouble.
*I despise cottage cheese. The texture freaks me out like you wouldn't believe.
*Country music really should be outlawed. They're all the same whiny, twangy song.
*Spongebob Squarepants is an incredible wealthspring of valuable knowledge. Like what you ask? Never forget: When in doubt, pinkie out.

and finally...

*If you are going to give of yourself, do so COMPLETELY. If it doesn't work out, no one will be able to say that you could have done more.

Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Look What I Dug Out... Quick, Cami! Cover Your Eyes! LOL

You Scored 75% Correct

You are an 80s expert
You never confuse New Order with the Pet Shop Boys
You know which classical musician Falco rocked
When it comes to 80s music, you Just Can't Get Enough!

Your Envy Quotient: 28%

You are an occasionally envious person, but jealousy doesn't usually get the better of you.
You're wise enough to know that envy feels horrible - and does nothing to improve your life.
A little jealousy is normal: so go ahead and let yourself feel it. But don't let it bum you out!

Your Pride Quotient: 28%

You're a little prideful, but nothing out of the norm.
Like everyone, you enjoy attention. But you're also good at sharing the spotlight!

Your Dominant Intelligence is Linguistic Intelligence

You are excellent with words and language. You explain yourself well.
An elegant speaker, you can converse well with anyone on the fly.
You are also good at remembering information and convicing someone of your point of view.
A master of creative phrasing and unique words, you enjoy expanding your vocabulary.

You would make a fantastic poet, journalist, writer, teacher, lawyer, politician, or translator.

You Are 92% Intuitive

Your intuition is so spot on it's scary!
You can learn a lot about people and situations, simply by listening to your gut.
And you've even wondered if you can predict the future at times.
Just be sure not to always listen to your intuition... someday it could be wrong!

She Wants to Move by N.E.R.D.

"Her off beat dance makes me fantasize
(Her curves) She's sexy!!
Her ass is a spaceship I want to ride
(Her ass) She's sexy!!"

In 2004 you got your groove on - and had the best time ever.

You Are 54% Open

You are a fairly open person, but you also like to maintain your privacy.
You definitely will tell all (okay, almost all) to your closest friends...
But strangers and acquaintances only get a peek into your life.

You Are Expressionism

Moody, emotional, and even a bit angsty... you certainly know how to express your emotions.
At times, you tend to lack perspective on your life, probably as a result of looking inward too much.
This introspection does give you a flair for the dramatic. And it's even maybe made you cultivate some artistic talents!
You have a true artist's temperament... which is a blessing and a curse.

You Belong in Fall

Intelligent, introspective, and quite expressive at times...
You appreciate the changes in color, climate, and mood that fall brings
Whether you're carving wacky pumpkins or taking long drives, autumn is a favorite time of year for you

You Have Good Karma

In general, you like to do the right thing when it comes to others.
Your caring personality really shines through.
Sure, you have your moments of weakness - and occasionally act out.
But, all in all, you're karma is good... even with those few dark spots.

You Are a Dare Devil

For you, life is one big dare.
And you're all in for any adventure.
Others find you exciting, inspiring, and a bit intimidating.
You're biggest challenge at this point is trying to top yourself!

You Are A Good Friend

You're always willing to listen
Or lend a shoulder to cry on
You're there through thick and thin
Many people consider you their "best friend"!

Your Personality Cluster is Introverted Feeling

You are:

Tolerant, flexible, and open to new ideas.
A stickler for integrity and authenticity.
Passionate about causes, beliefs, or politics.
Likely to have many "best friends" from many walks of life

You Are 47% Angry

Generally, you are not an angry person.
But you're easily frustrated and enraged. You have one heck of a temper.
And because of your anger, you tend to feel resentful and even spiteful.
You already know how to quell your anger. You just need to do it more often.

Your Taste in Music:

80's Alternative: Highest Influence
90's Pop: Highest Influence
90's R&B: Highest Influence
90's Rock: Highest Influence
Hair Bands: Highest Influence

You've Changed 60% in 10 Years

You've done a good job changing with the times, but deep down, you're still the same person.
You're clothes, job, and friends may have changed some - but it hasn't changed you.

You Belong in Greenwich Village

Avant garde and bohemian, you're quick to adopt new ideas and lifestyles.
And while you're a bit less weird these days, you still have a "live and let live" philosophy.

You Are a Chimera

You are very outgoing and well connected to many people.
Incredibly devoted to your family and friends, you find purpose in nurturing others.
You are rarely alone, and you do best in the company of others.
You are incredibly expressive, and people are sometimes overwhelmed by your strong emotions.