Trust me, he said, and come.

I followed like a child - a blind man led me home.

A little bit about me?

Well, I'm 27, from Austria, work at an international airport and my biggest hobby is my horse Lucky :)

I also like reading (books and fanfic alike) and writing fanfic and short stories (although I hardly ever finish a ff/story) and those are the main reasons for me being here (apart from having a place where I can share my thoughts and just ramble about anything my mind comes up with).

My favorite authors at the moment are Dan Brown, Tanya Huff, Wolfgang Hohlbein and Stephenie Meyer ... but that changes quite often.

My other hobbies are diving, dancing, learning languages (yeah, yeah, go ahead and call me crazy), skiing/snowboarding and watching good movies/going to the cinema.

I also like musicals and going to the theater occasionally.

If you want to add me as a friend you're free to do so (as I'd really love to find some new friends on here), but it would be nice if you left me a message telling me why you added me and maybe also telling me a few things about yourself).

If you want to know anything else, just ask. I don't bite - hard ;)

Oh, one more thing: the homepage I entered is still under construction, but will (hopefully soon) be home of my fanfics, short stories and a few other things :)


A little something for those interested. I found this poem through a book and I really love it (my journal title is a quote of this poem):

Blind Man's Fog - by W. H. Davis

I saw the fog grow thick,
Which soon made blind my ken;
It made tall men of boys,
And giants of all men.
It clutched my throat, I coughed;
Nothing was in my head
Except two heavy eyes
Like balls of burning lead.
And when it grew so black
That I could know no place,
I lost all judgement then,
Of distance and of space.
The street lamps, and the lights
Upon the halted cars,
Could either be on earth
Or be the heavenly stars.
A man passed by me close,
I asked my way; he said
`Come follow me, my friend` -
I followed where he led.
He rapped the stones in front,
`Trust me,` he said, `and come` -
I followed like a child -
A blind man led me home.

All men are born equal. The blind man is also good at something at which you are handicapped!