Aimée Marie Mahon
“Be yourself; no base imitator of another, but your best self. There is something which you can do better than another. Listen to the inward voice and bravely obey that. Do the things at which you are great, not what you were never made for." RWE
My Name is Aimée, but I have a million nicknames.
I am peaceful and I believe that everyone has a right to be who they are as long as they are not infringing on the rights of anyone else. I am very into helping those who need it, but not by enabling poor decisions or behaviors. I have made that mistake before. I believe in giving everyone ONE chance. After that, you have to earn another.
I believe that there are far better ways to resolve conflict than violence. I believe in INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY.
I am a writer without any talent.
In life, there are many things which I hold in high esteem. One of these things is friendship. To me, friendship is one of the most sacred things that one can possess, as well as one of the most sacred things I can give. It is not often that one will find a soul with whom they can bond, a person to whom they can tell their deepest darkest secrets with no fear of rejection, an existence with which they can share all that is within, the one who finds such a friendship has found a treasure that is comparable to none.
I drown myself in music any chance I get. Without music, I would cease to live.
Poetry is very important to me. Like I said, I have no real talent, but it helps me out in my life. I write poetry, I read poetry and I try to discover new poets whenever I can.
I love to read, but I rarely read as much as I should.
I love to cook. I love to gather my friends together at my home and play board games, eat a big dinner then watch movies. I love to learn new recipes and then modify them to my own taste if necessary.
I love to take pictures. I love photography, as I love writing, because I love life. Through photography I try to observe and describe life, through writing I try to understand life.
I love haunted and abandoned buildings. I love to visit them and research them. I especially love the history of asylums and places where groups of people lived and where families thrived. There is so much energy in those places.