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Hello! I'm Crow (they/them), I'm 18, and I like long walks on the beach!
Kidding, wet sand feels super weird to me.
In all seriousness a bit more about me:
-The Witcher and the Percy Jackson series are my special interests, even though I don't read very much anymore
-I do linocut block printing and digital art for fun
-My cat is the light of my life, even though she is a terror.
-I dropped out a few years ago and got my GED, although I haven't done much since then as I've been burnt out long-term thanks to zero accommodations in school.
-I've got sighted non-24 hour sleep-wake disorder so sometimes I wake up at midnight and go to bed in the afternoon (if you see me online at odd times, that's why)

I'm here because my little friend group from middle school has all gone on with their lives. hence, I'm left feeling a bit lonely, and also because I want to learn more about my community and hopefully feel a little less othered by seeing other people who think in a similar way that I do.


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Transitioning between different life phases and losing connections is always tough, and you're not alone there.


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Hi and welcome. I have a cat too, she's 10 now, she loves outdoors, tho not in the wind and rain as we have here tonight. She only goes out in the daytime. Think there is someone else here with that same sleep condition. I tend to wake during the night or early morning and turn up here, then go back to sleep.

But anyways there are people here from different time zones, I'm in the UK and we are at least 5 hours different to US time I think. School sounded stressful, plus lack of tolerance of difference is tough. Do you have plans for what you will do next? I hope you enjoy it here and find it useful and supportive.

Gerald Wilgus

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Welcome. I have an interest in block printing, mainly woodblock. I have one from Hiroshige, as well as some modern works. I hope you will post your work.

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