Steffi

Steffi

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I'm generally a normal teenage girl. Well I like to tell myself that im normal sometimes. Normalcy is overrated.


Im a writer, I cant tell you if im good. Im really not gonna waste your time by trying to sell me as a writer. I dont plan out what i write. I find the more i structuralize, the more my stories flop. I dont have a specific genre. I've tried a little of everything. Some have worked, others im still working on, and some...lets just say my shreader have a pretty plentiful meal. My poems...are kinda hit and miss. I write about 343948203984 ones that suck. And 3 at most that arent so bad. My stories have a tendency to be kinda long. Which annoys the heck out of my creative writing teacher. Thats basically the gist of it. Wrtiting is my sanity. I m happy, I write. Im sad, I write. Im bored, i write. Im busy, i write. Not much more i can say about that.

Well to be more specific, im an eighteen year old in my first year of college with a reading addiction.
I spend a lot of time with my friends and at my place of buisness that has claimed my soul. Commerce Bank. Yes people i sold my soul for 9.10 an hour.
Blonde (Temporarily) brown eyed (Green with my contacts), im kinda short. Well im 5'5" Youngest of two, second oldest of about 60. Italian, mostly, though i look the part of the small percentage of irish, and scottish, that run through DNA. I've even got an annoying dusting of freckles on my face. Every guy ive met says it makes me look cute. I think it makes me look like some freaky pixi. Without the tree huging.
I like to do some photograpy nothing professional or really anything special.


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Posted 7 Years Ago


Hello Pictures, Images and Photos

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Posted 8 Years Ago


hey Steffi!

don't know what to tell you about losing all your read requests, but i do know that once it has been sent, you can't resend it...the system won't let you.

if you would care to stop by my profile and check out my latest, that's cool...i'm not sure how many of them i have sent your way, though....

try and have a good day, dear :)

Amanda

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Posted 8 Years Ago



JRB

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Posted 8 Years Ago


I am finely getting around to saying that I would like to express my gratitude to you for stopping by to read The Garden. If I already have said thanks oh, well. And if I did not, it meant a lot to me, as did your review, again thanks for your kind words and thoughts.
Jan/uisiom


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Posted 8 Years Ago


Thank you for reading and reviewing Liquid Velvet. Bri

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Posted 8 Years Ago


Hey, Steffi, thank you for taking the time to review my poem "Seasons of the Heart". Bri

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Posted 8 Years Ago


Thanks so much for your kind review of Set Me Ablaze. Brianna

JRB

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Posted 9 Years Ago


The truth within your consciousness is like the horizon that recedes before you. As you journey towards your inner quest in the direction of the leading edge of your belief acceptance. And your knowledge and understanding of the prevailing path grows, the next ascending possibility will always beckon you forth. For wisdom brings together within the truth of your existence, your souls essence, in which is attained by your own experience. Pursue your goal of achieving the truth within your reality of consciousness, in the most direct manner. The paradox is of course, is that you are both the voyager and the pathway; the treasure that you seek is most often slumbering within you or undeveloped in your quest. Its always within you and has always been and always will be. It has not been hidden from your sight, for the most part, its likely you have hidden from it, so wake it up, face it, and accept it, than use it, by becoming it.

Jan/uisiom

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Posted 9 Years Ago


Make it a habit to tell people thank you. To express your appreciation, sincerely and without the expectation of anything in return. Truly appreciate those around you, and you'll soon find many others around you. Truly appreciate life, and you'll find that you have more of it.


-- Ralph Marston

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Posted 9 Years Ago


Hope your summer is going great, Steffi!!! Keep up the writing!!!

Craig