Who is Sericane?

Who am I? Who are you? Who is anyone?

I’ve been a mail carrier, a pizza delivery driver, a cashier, a customer service rep, even a “Sandwich Artist”, among other things.

Right now, I am a mother to a set of beautiful twins who so happened to steal my birthday, a wifey (because after 11 years, “girlfriend” just sounds juvenile), an occasional writer, ranter (Is that even a word? It is now, I suppose), poet, and artist. I’m a student at SNHU studying for a BA in English Language and Literature (here’s to hoping I can finish this time), I mod on Twitch for a music streamer (my version of socializing with the public), and I drive my life away for an Environmental Testing Facility as their sample courier. Also, I am a HUGE live music fan. (For the love of all that is good, please bring back concerts.) In a nutshell, I am not where I want to be in life, but I am where my past-selves always wanted to be, so I call that progress.

In the future, I hope to become a professional writer, a High School English Teacher, a better person, a better mother, a better wifey, and someone who just might change the world. Or even a small part of it. I hope to be proof that even in this age of technology where everyone is connected to the point of being disconnected, that words have power. Words can change a person, a nation, and even the world if we just considered the words we used more carefully and had the strength to speak our truths when the situation calls for it. Words have impact. I intend to use them to the best of my ability to create a world that I won’t be afraid to send my children into.

Also, my name is Julia. Nice to meet ya. 🙂

P.S. For those curious as to the origin of the name “Sericane”, many moons ago (2007-2008ish) myself and a group of old online RPG friends decided to create new character names for each other. They came up with Sericane for me. For some reason, it just sort of stuck in my head and I’ve been using it regularly ever since. When I’m not trying to be entirely “professional”, that is.

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