*pops out from behind a door* Hello there! I'm Potter, I'm a GIRL (I recognize that my name may suggest otherwise), I'm a Mormon (which also means I'm a Christian, because I firmly believe in Christ), and as you may or may not have guessed from my name, I'm also a major Harry Potter freak. I happen to be a very weird human being as well. *eye twitches* If I had to describe my culture in two words, I would say "European mutt", with English, Irish, Scottish, Danish, and Swiss ancestry.
My obsessions include books, Prince Phillip, God, male opera groups for some strange reason, the name Bob, film scores (you know, the really epic ones that make you want to run a marathon or something), Captain America, playing the piano, the color pink, cheekbones, ball gowns, American colonial times, the medieval ages, drawing stick figures, the blobfish (it's so ugly that it's cute), writing, talking, Colin Morgan, and Celtic music.
• I've been told I have a great personality after 9 p.m.
• Given the chance, I will tell you about my weird dreams.
• I run the 100m, 200m, and I'm on the 4x4 relay team in track.
• Apparently, my facial expressions amuse people.
• I am prone to tripping over air, that's how clumsy I can be.
• I am a professional procrastinator.
My many, MANY fandoms include: ~Harry Potter~Percy Jackson~ Merlin~ Phantom of the Opera~Arrow~Disney~Narnia~Artemis Fowl~ Fablehaven~Marvel~ whatever has Rick Riordan's name on it~the world of Jane Austen~The Maze Runner~Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.~Once Upon A Time~. If there's a book that happens to have a movie made about it, I've read the book first every time. Let me clarify. I've read the book BEFORE there was talk of a movie.
I am a Grammar Nazi. So yes, I am silently judging your grammar, and spelling. Needless to say, the Internet can be a source of extreme frustration.
I am a member of that crazy roleplaying group known as TARP. I joined in June of 2013. I am the 4th leader.
Did you know that "AP" actually does not stand for "Advanced Placement"? Nope. It stands for "Advanced Procrastination". I speak with absolute certainty and from personal experience.
"It is our choices, Harry, that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities." -Albus Dumbledore