Artist | Professional | Literature
Our lives are only as complicated as we allow them to be. Chalk the rest up to stupidity.
My name is Cris and I'm married to a delightfully evil man. I have four very rowdy children that suck up most of my time. I work from home creating clothing graphics for an online game. I'm also a writer of Romance Novels. I detest my birthday, but the older I get the more everyone forgets it. I should be able to lie about my age soon. I love movies. I have tons of movie lines lodged in my brain and blurt them out at weird times. I'm full of useless information. I do random things at random times.
Things I like:
Reese's Peanut Butter Cups
The color black
Sherri L. King
Coast to Coast AM
Did I mention steak?
I have no concept of time management. My husband reminds me of this by complaining that something isn't done on a regular basis. I could possibly suffer from ADD, ADHD, I don't give a crap or just plain laziness. I'm a little too honest at times. I'm friendly...on most days. I think I may be from Planet X, jury is still out on that one. I like football, it keeps my husband out of my way on Sunday. I like cake too. I love my kids, they come before everything. Well...almost o.O
Okay...that was confusing. Let's try again...
I'm Cris and I'm a homemaker, author of Romance novels, article writer for Y!NC and Graphic Designer. I've spent the last five years as a stay-at-home mom and I live in the deep south with my wonderful husband and her four very rambunctious children (one of them is grown).
I enjoy writing Romance, Sci-Fi, Paranormal and Fantasy or a combination therein. I also make digital graphics, digital scrapbooking kits and design clothes in my spare time. I'm an avid gamer, science enthusiast, watcher of the evil television, music lover and I can laugh at just about anything -- good or bad due to my twisted sense of humor. I write articles within the Yahoo! Contributor Network about various subjects.
Also...I spend time helping to raise awareness for Ankylosing Spodylitis - a condition my husband has been diagnosed with.
There. That's better!