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Age: 23, 24 November 1!
Any kids: 19 weeks pregnant, so... working on it.
Where are you: A Naval base in WA state, after a lifetime on the east coast.
Interests and hobbies: Video games, cooking, baking, the internet's darkest corners (y'know, 4chan), knitting, and LARPing.
What are your interests and hobbies?: I love to read, and I'm a message board-addict. I belong to a plethora of sites on the interwebs, and I ought to be cutting back, not joining more! Ahem. Anyway, we're an active outdoorsy family, and we enjoy bike rides, camping, canoeing, kayaking, birdwatching, etc.
I'm staunchly atheist and my husband is agnostic. We're very much alone in this amongst our friends and family. Heck, I think most of them assume we're Xtian, because most people around here make that arrogant assumption.
Any kids: Two lovely daughters Keira's 7 (10-10) and Emmy is almost 5 (11-29).
Where are you? : Washington, eastside area
What are your interests and hobbies?: My kids, art, music, anything creative really. History. Horseback riding and running, forever training for marathons! I love the feeling of accomplishment I get from it. I love all animals, nature. Gardening, growing things. Social activism, assisting people in need in any way I can. Playing, dreaming, just being. I love to travel too.
I'd say I'm atheist-agnostic. I don't believe in god and never really have, but I don't deny the possibility of a higher force in the universe. I just am not going to jump into believing in it until I see some evidence. But at the same time, I know our knowledge is minuscule as a human race, and that the possibilities of the universe are infinite, so I don't entirely write the idea off as garbage. I do write the idea off in the religious sense, though.
Any kids: My two and a half year old son Quentin James
Where are you? : East Coast
What are your interests and hobbies?: Taking care of Quentin, cooking, reading, and thinking about various things
I am an agnostic athiest and my husband is also one. I grew up in a Protestant, church-going, Republican family and a lot of their beliefs and ideas never really made any sense to me (I just didn't say anything about it and played along). Finally accepting myself as an agnostic athiest was a very liberating expirience for me. I still have not told my family yet. I think that religion is a personal choice and hope that Quentin grows up open-minded about the matter. I think there is so much to the world and religion is just too restrictive about it. My opinion tends to mirror that of Elena above.
Where are you? : I'm an American "Down Under" (now I'm Aussie, too!)
What are your interests and hobbies?: I love a good book, (sci-fi, thriller, fantasy, though sadly I admit I've just read Fifty shades of Grey...) the cinema, theme parks, thrift stores and ebay, anything and everything Disney, sewing/scrapbooking/drawing/creating, cooking and baking (minus the clean-up part) I am a former Christian, having been brainwashed shortly after becoming a Mom as a teenager. I did not grow up in a religious environment, and lost a good 6 years of my life to a cult called Baptist church.
A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies. The man who never reads lives only one.