Asrai Devin

Kiss me, and you will see how important I am.” ― Sylvia Plath

Look At Me!

Hello kind reader, hopeful fan or general random passer-by,

Whomever you are, however you came to read this page, welcome. My name for our intents is Asrai Devin. An Asrai is a water fae, who if captured or touched by sunlight turns to water.

I am a writer with a big imagination and little patience for the mundane. As I write this I am still feeling defensive about a “discussion” my husband and I had about my lack of organizational skills and if I should “try harder.” I’m trying to take the high road.

My other faults are a slight video game addiction, a propensity to love too much and too wide, inability to spell certain words (partly because I type too fast and partly because it’s not that important), and slight Asperger-like behaviours. (If you ever meet me, don’t expect any eye contact, I can’t get the hang of it).

I’m a loud-mouthed introvert with an (tiny) obsession for the Dragon Age series,  Storage Wars, and setting people straight on Yahoo Answers.

I have two children, one school age and one tantrum-prone age.   I am married and I used to be an educational assistant, a job I miss dearly, but hope not to return to (this writing thing will work out I swear it). I love yarn and fabric and the idea of turning something discarded into something useful or making things from scratch. My project ADD keeps me from actually following through.

I had more to say, but I got distracted by something shiny and exciting. Also, talking about yourself too much is bad for you. Drop me a line and tell me about yourself. You could be my new shiny thing for the day!

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  1. You’re great, Asrai! I can relate to the ADD tendencies, and I’ll be your new shiny-thing-of-the-moment.

  2. Oh I love this, Asrai. You’ve hit the key to getting rid of the mundaneness of life. Yay, I’m taking your advice and putting excitement back into mine. 🙂

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