I’m Anna. I’m a 28-year-old day dreamer, weekend adventurer, and compulsive snacker. I live my life by this simple philosophy: life is too short to be anything but fat and happy. I’m sarcastic, optimistic, and awkward in unfamiliar social situations. I hate the word “hence.” I am a staunch advocate of the Oxford comma. I dabble in photography and creative writing, enjoy spending my time on the fringes of reality, laughing at inappropriate junctures, Mexican food, and run-on sentences. I’m a graduate of Florida State University with an English/Creative Writing degree. We live in Virginia now, but I remain a die-hard ‘Noles fan and live for football season. I am currently a graduate student at Syracuse University.
“Affection is responsible for nine-tenths of whatever solid and durable happiness there is in our lives.” – C.S. Lewis
Our lives, with all their miracles and wonders, are merely a discontinuous string of incidents – until we create the narrative that gives them meaning.