Hello world! You can call me Chell-bell, or Chelsea!
Geeky, nerdy, dorky, short, sweet, and not-so-to-the-point, are all words that I use to describe myself, and I’d proudly wear them on a graphic tee if one such shirt existed. I’ll just make my own…. *furiously scribbles down idea*
I’m very into video games, fashion, anime/manga, sci-fi, DIY, Harry Potter, science, Star Wars, watercolor, sushi, books, corgis, Pokemon, pixels, cheesecake, Legend of Zelda, galaxies, tattoos, post-apocalyptic futures, succulents, cacti, & magnolias, all the quirky things, and all things creative.
A little more about me: I am the oldest sister out of a lot of girls, and I have a corgi named the Winnafred, or Winnie (or Fred, if you’re feeling adventurous). You can see lots of pictures and videos of Winnie over the years on my Instagram. She is spunky, and short, and opinionated; once she has all your love, she’ll steal all the tennis balls in your home.
I also have two cats, Bowser and Sakura. Both were adopted from animal shelters. I adopted Bowser with my partner, and Sakura was adopted by my partner before I met him; now she loves me too! Our little Bowser is a male Maine Coon medium-haired mix (btw, he’s not little, we just call him that because we got him as a kitten in 2017), and Sakura is a sassy female black cat with new white spots that pop up every few months. Their preferred nicknames are Chunko and Bean respectively!
The adorable partner I mentioned, is featured below this paragraph. I am head-over-heels in love with him; he’s my equal in geekery, so expect many shenanigans. He doesn’t have much of a presence on the Internet as he prefers his privacy, so he shall be referred to as “Bo” on this blog. *looks at picture again* Ugh, that smile! Too cute!
I myself am an artist. I do a little bit of everything. I used to work at Michael’s store for years and years, the employee discount was the BOMB. I went onto to take many, many, many art classes in college, but ended up with an Interdisciplinary degree of my own design! Maybe one day I’ll go back for a BA, for fun?
My life’s inspiration stems from a special childhood memory of laying on the floor reading Harry Potter, and I thought, “Wow, this story is phenomenal, and Rowling shared it with the world. I’m so happy she did.” It was then I decided that I would share my ideas. Rowling’s personal story of struggle and hardship has been not only a defining moment in my life, but a great source of inspiration and personal growth.
It doesn’t matter if I become famous or popular or that I make money, all I want is that at least one person becomes happy because I put myself out there, and in turn, they too want to share their ideas. Just like Rowling did for me.