The Imaginary Sunshine Network may seem rather small compared to other network sites out there, but I’m slowly adding to my little piece of the internet. Everything is organized as neatly as I could get it to be, so have fun browsing!

The other blogs…

A Letter to a Stranger started out as a blog for fun but ended up being more of a ‘ranting about the stupidity of the people that I am forced to ride public transit with’ blog. As I’m a commuting student, I use the public transit system for approximately 3 hours a day, which makes for about 15 hours of my week riding transit. I found a place to vent about the people that I try very hard not to interact on the internet. Some of the people that I ride about actually do end up with positive entries, but more often than not, I see some pretty odd people who happen to ride the train and bus with me every week. is a Blythe resource site and full of articles, giveaways and interviews! It was registered on June 16, 2010 and opened on July 1, 2010. It kick started with an interview with an accompany giveaway and has a lot of new content every week (the average is 3 posts per week on that blog, most are pre-scheduled). Overall, it’s a great effort that I’ve put forth on the site for others and also guest posts are always welcomed there. my crafting website. It was registered on October 20, 2008 and opened on November 7, 2008. is a place for me to showcase all the little crafty things that I do. It was revamped and reopened on April 1, 2009. In late 2009, I decided to make more than ‘just’ a crafts blog and now I also write reviews and articles for my website.

Little Miss Sophie is my dolly blog! I opened it on July 25, 2009. I first fell in love with Blythe dolls in 2004, but never got my own (let alone owned two three) until 2009. The blog chronicles the little adventures of Sophie, Belarus and Tertiary Jane, my three dolls, along with various purchases made for them and what kind of crafted things I’ve made for them.

The other sites

Affectionate is the fanlisting collective for Imaginary Sunshine. I have fanlistings in many different categories, including academics, actors, episodes, food and mythology. I love each and every one of my fanlisting topics.

Ames is my roleplaying game that opened on June 25, 2006. It’s set slightly in the future and is chronicles how the world changes when the people are exposed to the avian influenza H5N1 virus and it takes hold of many of the major cities in the world. A lot of secrecy and government manipulation occurs in Ames. The domain name was registered on October 20, 2008 and it was moved on October 26, 2008.

DeviantART is this great site where I upload some photo manipulations that I have done and some poetry and short stories as well. Lately I go more from actual journal entries to more lists of things to do. I’m a big fan of lists, which you will see if you actually read my journal entries. According to the site, I have been a deviant since October 29 2005, 5:21pm. I had myself set as a General Writer until I realized the number of images completely overwhelmed what few writing pieces I had, so now I’m set as a Photo Manipulator. and I have a long history. It was originally my second domain name that I owned from 2004-2006 and then after I lapsed in renewing it, it was snapped up by squatters before they released it in late 2009, when I bought it back again. With the not-so-original tag line of ‘the story of a girl told in quotes and poems’, has become my new writing portfolio and a place for me to write out lovey-dovey thoughts. Reopened on January 3, 2010.

My Livejournal account is Friends Only. I only sporadically post entries on my LJ – most of my blog entries on are automatically cross-posted to LJ via a plugin. I started my Livejournal account initially for NaNoWriMo in October 2005. Unfortunately, if I do actually know you offline, I may choose not to add you, even if it is Friends Only. It really depends on how many angry entries I have about you.