Hacker. Ninja. Hooker. Spy. is how my attorney described me when I had to testify against an ex-boyfriend, so this entire website is pretty much sanctioned by the legal system.
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While my original plan when I started blogging was to chronicle the experience of being cross-examined as a witness against an abusive ex, I eventually devolved into stories about how I quit my job/life at the age of 24 to backpack across Asia, as well as how I ended up working at an underfunded psychiatric hospital where the staff were far “crazier” than the patients.
Despite writing about domestic violence, depression, corrupt mental health treatment, and strained family relationships, my wildly attractive and extremely intelligent readers often refer to me as their “favorite humor blogger,” and went so far as to nominate and overwhelmingly vote for me to win a BlogHer Voice of the Year People’s Choice Award for humor and two Indie Chicks Badass Blog Awards for Favorite Humor Blog. Most recently, I received an honorable mention in the 2018 Erma Bombeck Writing Competition and contributed an essay to the latest edition of Jen Mann’s New York Time Bestselling series, But Did You Die? A reviewer for Psychology Today described my chapter as “surprisingly funny.”
I am still trying to figure out if that’s a compliment.
*SPOILER ALERT* I eventually escaped the land of my birth and moved to Denver with my husband of two years, who continuously stops me in the middle of stories and says “wait, you do realize that’s not normal, right?”