Lucy Indasky hates to talk about herself in the third person, so I guess I’ll just tell you what you would like to know.
I’m a twenty-something (can I still be a “twenty-something” if I’m technically considered to be in the mid-twenties range? Oh well, I’m writing the bio so I say “twenty-something”), single, bisexual living in upstate New York with my somewhat psychotic dog, Maxwell Silverhammer (and yes, I’m quite obviously obsessed with the Beatles). I’m painfully sarcastic at times, I’ve been a certified personal trainer since 2003, full time student (fast track program, getting my BA and MA in English, who knows what I’ll do with that) with a full time job and about zero social life (lately, anyway). So yes, I do read Tamara’s column on dating on a regular basis because maybe, just maybe, her awesomeness will rub off on me. Here’s hoping anyway.
I grew up in a very financially stable home and at the age of 7, yes in second grade, for show and tell I taught the class how to balance a checkbook. And no, I’m not kidding whatsoever. It’s kind of sad really…
I have zero credit card debt, a very small car payment and some awesome credit history, while others my age are drowning in debt. Do I find it ironic? Slightly. Do I think I’m awesome? Oh, hell yes!
Most of the time, I reference movies or literature to people around me when I’m trying to describe something, usually I’ll explain what I’m trying to get at, but if you don’t understand what I mean, email me.
Anyway, all jokes aside, I’m very good at keeping my OCD in check enough to teach ya’ll (yes, I did break out a ya’ll, New Yorkers say ya’ll too) how to stay in shape during the economic crisis (really, is it a crisis, or does it just suck). I can also be found at The Life and Times of Lucy In Da Sky With Diamonds where I blog about… my everyday life, I guess. It’s one of those random blogs that just kind of exists for no apparent reason other than to take up space on the Internet.
I hope everyone (notice, I didn’t break out a ya’ll that time?) finds use out of my posts here at Queercents and I look forward to getting to help the greater gay population fight obesity, in yanno, my own little way. I can be reached at email@example.com.
Head-shot provided by The Siren Photography. Images used in my posts provided by my hand, yeah, I went there.