Yeah, the url name doesn't really apply to me anymore, but I can't change it. I might make a new website soon. Whether you know me from school or met me at a convention, hi, my name is Mary, and my life's a dumpster fire! Here, you'll find basic information about me. Sign. The. Guest. Book.
This website is a work in progress. It will constantly be updated and changed. Last update: 05/07/21
Porcelain! I've got so much Kutani in my room, and I constantly take more and more from my grandparents' house
Mother of Pearl antiques! I carry around a wooden purse with Mother of Pearl embedded in it. My jewelry boxes have it, and maybe, just maybe, one day, my grandmother will give me her Japanese MOP room divider
Historical clothing! I sew a lot of it, especially East Asian clothing
Sewing, as mentioned above
DDR and Pump it Up
To an extent, I do enjoy Anime, manga, and Korean webcomics
I also make lots of East Asian hairpins, most often Kanzashi
Hard Rock and Heavy Metal. Specifically 80s Metal
I also sometimes enjoy K-pop and other Asian music artists
Playing instruments! I play guitar, bass, piccolo, and flute
Stuffed animals (I'm a child, I know)
I really, really enjoy all sorts of antiques and learning about East Asian culture
Dumb random facts:
I was mascot in 6th grade
My favorite foods are filet Mignon and Pho Tai/any Vietnamese food
My grandmother has twenty something siblings, so therefore, I have over 100 cousins all living in Vietnam
I love thrill rides
Concerts I've been to:
KISS (I'm, going to see them again when concerts are allowed again!!!)
Green Day 3x
I WAS SUPPOSED TO SEE METALLICA BUT YOU WOULDN'T LET ME GO, MOM!
Preservation Hall Jazz Band
The American Idiot Musical
I was going to see Joan Jett, but I had school in the way :(
Train (I was forced to go)
The Goo Goo Dolls
I was going to see Cher, but it got postponed because of Coronavirus :(
Catfish and the Bottlemen (x2)
Fall Out Boy
WHY DID YOU PULL OUT THE PINS, MOM?
A while back, I was sewing a skirt that required lots and lots of pleats, so I measured them one by one and pinned them and made sure they were even. This process took several hours and I was so proud that I had actually got it even. I got out the iron board to iron down the pleats so I could sew over them, and I left the skirt there. I went to do something else for a moment and my mom picked up the skirt and somehow thought it would be a good idea to to pull on the ends of the fabric. All of the pleats that had been pinned down were now ruined as 30+ sewing pins fell to the floor. I had to pick up the pins and completely redo the pleats. It did not turn out as good as it would have the first time. I have been upset ever since. I can no longer live in a world where my pleats are uneven.