Hey, there. Welcome. Take off your shoes at the door. Make yourself at home. Would you like a coke? A snack? Sit back, enjoy your stay…
I guess before I go any further I should introduce myself. The “About Me” page is here, but to cover the basics… I’m Jami. I’m 18. I read and write. A lot. I also play piano a lot. I’m kind of an introvert. An awkward introvert. Who loves chocolate and loud music and Shakespeare. I live in the Lone Star state. I’m an only child. I’ve been homeschooled since the fourth grade. Yes, that means I did a lot of my schoolwork on my bed. No, I did not wear pajamas. Yes, I did and do have friends.
I’ve been blogging for about three years. Inconsistently. One of my best friends was telling me about hers, and it inspired Fourteen-Year-Old-Me to start one. If you’re curious, my first blog can be found here. Some of the recent posts from that blog can be found on this one, because I love them and want them nearby. I decided to put that blog away, though, and start a new one for a lot of reasons. Primarily, I want a clean slate. I also prefer the way WordPress is set up to the way Blogger is. I don’t like that I’ll have to pay real, adult money to get a different theme, but that’s a minor issue.
I don’t have any big hopes or plans for this blog. It’s my peace place – a white room for me to go to when I need to scribble on the walls. A place to share DIY projects and photographs. Maybe some stories. Probably some videos. (It’s also a way to stay in touch with my family who, gasp, aren’t on Facebook) I’ll ramble a lot. About my personal life, politics, God, school, Summer projects… There will be a lot of rambling, so if you’re not into that sort of thing… I’m sorry. I hope you decide to stick around, anyways.
There probably won’t be too much action on this webpage until after May 10th, the day I graduate from high school. I’ll try to post something at least once a week, but there’s a lot going on and I’m not sure if I’ll have the ability to do this until then. After that, I’ll be planning on posting at least twice a week, maybe more. I guess we’ll see.