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Well, crapola! I live in Longmont which is only about an hour away from Denver. This is the first con that I had any chance of going to since it is within driving distance. But you know what? I'm truly happy for you, and while you didn't have to explain why you can't go to the con it is very cool of you to do so. I'm sure that this new project is awesome, since you always choose super cool things to do. I wish you the best.
Toggle Commented Jun 2, 2012 on Good News, Bad News at WWdN: In Exile
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Funny. I said the same thing when I saw the final results of North Carolina passing amendment one. Forgive me. I know you don't always get political Wil, but it is on my mind and bothers me greatly since I am a daughter of the South and once called North Carolina my home. :( Tabletop, however, is the most awesome fucking show in the world. I mean it. I love it!
Toggle Commented May 10, 2012 on this is bullshit at WWdN: In Exile
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Break a leg, Wil. You've got this. ;)
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Oh my gosh! I love this woman and she is absolutely right. I have suffered from depression for nearly ten years. It can feel like falling in a black hole, and you lack to will power to drag yourself out. It is because of what I lived through with my mental illness, that has allowed me to do crazy and funny things on a total whim. Like the time me and friend found a shopping cart that had strayed from its store parking lot, and we rode it around our dorm and then took turns pushing each other down the hill in it. We crashed out several times, and I have a big scar on my left hand, but it was freakin' worth it. Oh, there is also the time I was a bit tipsy and I decided to wear a traffic cone as a new fashion statement. (I guess there was construction somewhere between the bar and my house.)I wore it on my head on the walk home, and I woke up in bed with it the next morning. My roommate at the time was sure I was on drugs. But, that's okay, she eventually realized that I'm just a little crazy and I like to do things when the notion hits me. This same roommate that at one time questioned my sanity, now tells me all the time that she wishes she had the balls to be able to do what I do, and say what I can say. But why the Hell not go ahead and do something fun and unexpected? Don't think too much about it. Don't worry about what people will say or how they will look at you. Sometimes it takes a lot of guts to just act. Thanks for sharing this Will. I'm glad to know that there are other people out there that can act out like I do sometimes. It is really liberating. Not the mention the fact, that I often get a huge laugh and a moment that will stick with me and the people I love forever. Furiously happy? Hell yes!
Toggle Commented Jul 16, 2011 on The Art of Being Furiously Happy at WWdN: In Exile
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You know, every job has pros and cons. I am a stay-at-home Mom so I don't have a commute. However, I am potty training our almost two year old. Fun, fun, fun. I also drive around town a lot to doctor's appointments, playdates, and grocery store runs. Granted I don't live in a city so I don't have to worry about traffic, but I do feel like I'm on the go a lot. Oh and the really fun part to going out and about all the time, is that I have a kid that wants to run and take off the second we get inside a store. UGH! (My kid is the kind of kid that the child leash was invented for. No joke.) I admit, that while I wouldn't trade the last two years for anything, I do miss making my own money and I do miss the calm, PRIVATE ride in my car where I can listen to "grown up" music.
Toggle Commented Jun 3, 2011 on long line of cars at WWdN: In Exile
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