What Am I?

May 31, 2010 sexyknees
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One of my first photos, taken in 1996

I am half Japanese and half Irish.  My mom is from Japan and my dad is second generation Irish, so I have pretty strong characteristics from both cultures.  You might think that this is an interesting and fun mix, but in all honesty it is pretty volatile.  I’ve got the explosive Irish temper followed by the crippling Irish guilt, as well as a sharply-honed sense of honor bestowed upon me by my aristocratic Japanese ancestors.

Religion-wise, I follow my own brand of theology.  I believe in a universal energy which binds all things.  We are all connected, and that all things, living or other, are worthy of respect.  The sand, the air, the birds, the ocean, the sun, the seat on which we sit…all are part of the same energy which created you and I, and must therefor be honored.  That being said, I am open to being consulted on other beliefs.  Just because I adhere to a particular theology does not mean I am on the right path – although I feel that I am.

Add the above together and you wind up with a very small, very cute girl who is easily offended, ready to forgive, forever tortured, extremely loyal to family, and dedicated to protecting all life.  Mix geisha with leprechaun, and sprinkle liberally with bits of Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, and Native American beliefs and you kind of wind up with me.  Does that make sense?

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  • 1. ky  |  May 31, 2010 at 10:59 pm

    *smiles* Nikki the Geisha Leprechaun… could be an interesting porno *giggles*

  • 2. ky  |  May 31, 2010 at 11:00 pm

    btw, i love this blogs photo. could email me a copy?


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