My name is T'PeeJ (say it Tigh Pee Ja)and it's Vulcan. I searched a very long time to find my Vulcan name. Then a friend in Australia started to call me Pepsi junkie (I do drink it alot!) and she would shorten it to PeeJu. I was sitting there one day reading one of her letters to me and I realized I had a Vulcan name at last. T'PeeJ. You can keep reading or just go away and act like you don't know me. Really it's alright. I scare most people. LOL! Should I tell you, I'm a Vulcan-Time Lord-Vampire? No I won't, that would scare you.
Well I'm something, I can't really tell you what, but I'm something. I've been writing for as long as I can remember. Even when it was just in my head. I started out writing poetry. I would for hours think of Star Trek stories or Barnabas Collins stories. Yeah I'm very hopeless. LOL! That is part of the fun, I think.
Let's see what do I like? I'm a TV and movie addict. Vampires, Butterflies, Star Trek, Star Wars, Good guys and some Bad guys, cop shows(NCIS/CSI/CSI:NY/L&O/L&O:SVU), Sci-Fi, Horror, Stephen King, Anne Rice, Elizabeth Gaskell, Jane Autsen, CS Lewis, Charlaine Harris & MaryJanice Davidson History (my two favorite TV channel is Sci-fi and the History channels), old movies (b/w, technocolor),Harrison Ford, musicals.
I love to travel. My favorite way is by train. I do fly, but hate to sit by the window. The farthest place I've been is the U.K. I spent 19 days there in 1992. My friends over there took their holiday at the same time and they took me all over the place. Loved it. Want to go back, see more. Freeze my butt off again at Stonehenge.
I like to surprise people with gifts, but I don't like to be surprised. Yeah I know, I haven't figured it out yet either. I don't like heights. I don't liked to be picked up.
I have a very open mind. I'm kind to all, even if I don't like you. I'm loyal to a fault.
I love most sports. I just don't play any. I'm crappy at them. Baseball is my favorite. I've been to Safeco field and Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome.
I won't talk about God or anything to politics. My views are just that, mine. If you don't think the same way I do, those are your views.
Love music all types pretty much. Everything from Barry Manilow to a couple of Marylin Mason songs with Sawyer Brown and Dierks Bentley thrown in for the hell of it. I know pretty scary stuff.
Halloween is my favorite holiday. Go from there.
The book I've read: "Fire Prayer" by Deborah Turrell Atkinson "Primitive Secrets" by Deborah Turrell Atkinson "The Green Room " by Deborah Turrell Atkinson "My Dearest Friend: Letters of Abigail and John Adams " by Abigail Adams (Author), John Adams (Author), Joseph J. Ellis (Foreword), Margaret A. Hogan (Editor), C. James Taylor (Editor) "Murder in the Marais" by Cara Black "Murder in the Bastille" by Cara Black "Murder in Clichy" by Cara Black "Murder in Montmartre" by Cara Black "Murder on the Ile Saint-louis" by Cara Black "Murder in the Rue de Paradis" by Cara Black "Murder in Belleville" by Cara Black "Murder in the Sentier" by Cara Black "Lover Enshrined" by J.R. Ward "Playing with Fire" by Katie MacAlister "The day the rabbi resigned" by Harry Kemelman "...And never let her go" by Anne Rule "Murder on Bank street" by Victoria Thompson "Timeline" by Michael Crichton "The Empress of Farewells: The Story of Charlotte, Empress of Mexico" by Prince Michael of Greece " Band of Brothers : E Company, 506th Regiment, 101st Airborne from Normandy to Hitler's Eagle's Nest" by Stephen E. Ambrose listened on CD " Doctor Who - The story of Martha" by Dan Abnett, David Roden, Steve Lockley, Paul Lewis, Robert Shearman & Simon Jowett " Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West" by Gregory Maguire "The Templar Legacy" by Steven Berry "Wolfsbane & Mistletoe" edited by Charlaine Harris "Promise in Death" by J.D. Robb "Hotel on the corner of Bitter and Sweet" by Jamie Ford "John Adams" by David McCullough "Outlander" by Diana Gabaldon "Dragonfly in Amber" by Diana Gabaldon "The Fiery Cross" by Diana Gabaldon "Exodus: Vulcan's Soul Trilogy, Book 1 (Star Trek)" by Josepha Sherman and Susan Shwartz "Voyager" by Diana Gabaldon "A Game of Thrones" by George R. R. Martin "A Clash of Kings" by George R. R. Martin "A Storm of Swords" by George R. R. Martin "The girl with the Dragon Tattoo" by Stieg Larsson Reread "The girl who played with fire" by Stieg Larsson Reread "The girl who kicked the hornet's nest" by Stieg Larsson Reread "The witching hour" by Anne Rice reread "Lasher" by Anne Rice reread "Taltos" by Anne Rice reread "Star Trek: Enterprise: Rosetta" by Dave Stern "Moon Called" by Patricia Briggs "Blood Bound" by Patricia Briggs "The Mummy or Ramses the Damned" by Anne Rice "A Breath of Snow and Ashes (Outlander)" by Diana Gabaldon "An Echo in the bone (Outlander)" by Diana Gabaldon
The book I'm reading now: "Saint Camber" by Katherine Kurtz
My cross stitch projects are: Picture of Richard Armitage and it's for me!!!