That_Guard_Girl, or Ace, is a current dreamer and an aspiring author/broadcast journalist. She has many aspirations, you see. Her main profession is studying, but she has been know to devote months of her time to projects, such as school musicals, where she often looses her sanity. She is a lover of debating, and while many say she should be a lawyer, she has decided that the practice of law would just be too damn annoying and filled with idiots.
The author of this fan-fiction page is a graduate of a somewhat rural high school. During her four years there, she was involved with many activities. Her two main groups were the marching band and the musicals. For band, she was in the color guard, of which she was the captain. For theater, she was the stage manager, a position which made her lose her sanity on more than one occasion. She also was a part of the FBLA, where she was president, and the National Art Honor Society.
Kerry is continuing her education in the fall at Kutztown University, with a double major in Speech Communication and Electronic Media. While there, she will continue her color guard career, as well as her theater and writing goals.
The author would like to say that she loves to have fun with her friends, even though writing in third person often suggests otherwise. She is a writer, what can you expect?
Life's a stage and I'm calling the cues!
'Any reviewer who expresses rage and loathing for a novel is preposterous. He or she is like a person who has put on full armor and attacked a hot fudge sundae.' ~Kurt Vonnegut
Spinning isn't the answer. Spinning is the question. And the answer... is "Yes!".
Band taught me to appreciate the dirty things in life.
That which does not kill me, had better run pretty damn fast.
Imagination is the one weapon we have in the war against reality.
Nothing in this world that's worth having comes easy.
This is not a political issue. This is a health issue. This is not a gay issue. This is a human issue. And I do not intend to be defeated by it. I came here today in the hope that my epitaph would not read that I died of red tape. (Roger Gail Lyon)