On 2005-04-28, Meguey wrote:
I'm Meguey (or Meg if that's easier and/or you met me by that first.) I am the other member of the Emily-Vincent-Meg triumvirate, and also a member of the Vincent-Meg-Emily-Carrie-Joshua-(and occasionally Ben) conspiracy. I 've been gaming since my older brother-type got the first D&D box set, when I was 7. I just recently turned 34, and realized that there have been only two years that I have not been involved in a game, so I guess that makes me a bit of a lifer. I'm happy to report that Vincent and I are doing our best to raise the next generation of gamers, currently 8 and 5 years old. It's a treat and a half to watch them start GMing for each other so naturally. (And may I say they both already occasionally play cross-gender? Ok, maybe it's a pet issue for me.)
I read everything on this blog, and post regularly, but not so much as to be often. It's been great to read everyone's intro, 'cause I sat here saying 'yeah, that's a cool game; oh, so's that one'. (Note to above groups: We should play InSpectres again! I love that game!) Also, I'm thinking geek-thoughts about the age-partnered:yes/no-kids:yes/no data of respondents so far.
Oh, and what else I do: If it has to do with fibers of any kind, I do it - even fiberglass auto body repair. I teach sex ed to high school students through the UU church. I've studied Middle Eastern dance (a.k.a bellydance) off and on for nine years. I graduated from Hampshire College. I have my Award of Arms in the Soceity for Creative Anachronism. I do a little bit of web-design( www.motherwoman.org ) I make quilts for myself/family/friends, but also on commission, including a national show a few years back. I read more than is reasonable for someone as busy as I am.