About Rebecca

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Photo Credit: Brittany Long Photography

Thinking is my favorite past time but it bleeds into everything. The stains are impossible to remove. Maybe I should try OxyClean.

Hey there, I’m Rebecca. Thank you for visiting my website. It is true, I am a writer. This is a huge part of who I am, but it is not the only part. On this page you can quickly view a list of items that I heartily enjoy and learn a little more about my personality type (spoiler alert). For those who delight in details and personality typing, I will indulge you:

  • If I were a student at Hogwarts, I would wear the robes of Gryffindor but all the while wonder if I really should be in Ravenclaw.
  • If I were a subject of Carl Jung, he might be confused because I’m split between ENTP and INTP.
  • If I were a citizen of Kingdomality, the management assessment test, I would be a White Knight.
  • If I were a Frisbee, my DiSC profile would be a high S and a low C.
  • If I were an ancient Greek, my humorism would be phlegmatic with a tendency toward melancholic and a desperate desire to be sanguine.

I’m very adaptable. If you need I leader, I can be a great one. If there is an argument,  I can be the diplomat. If you want someone to eat pizza and watch movies with, call me up. If you are hosting a symposium and would enjoy a philosophical discussion, I want to be a part of it. If you are going sky diving, count me out entirely. Jumping off high places is a great fear of mine.

My dreams are to do some stand-up comedy, write for SNL, become an executive producer in television, land a role in a film or TV show, teach screenwriting at the college level, have lunch with one of my idols, get married, become a crazy cat lady, and adopt kids. However, my ultimate life goal is to make a positive difference in peoples’ lives.

Hopefully this reveals a bit of who I am, but nothing beats understanding another person like good old  fashioned face-to-face time. With that said, let’s have lunch sometime.

Rebecca loves:

  • Acting
  • Art
  • Challenges
  • Coffee
  • Comedy
  • Culture
  • Dancing
  • Family
  • Film
  • Food
  • Friends
  • Indie Music
  • Jesus Christ
  • Laughing
  • Literature
  • People
  • Philosophy
  • Satire
  • Science Fiction
  • Scripture
  • Sleep
  • Story
  • Television
  • Travel
  • Wisdom
  • Wit
  • Writing
  • Zombie Survival

In the wisdom of Winston Churchill, “You cannot deal with the most serious things in the world unless you also understand the most amusing.”

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Photo Credit: Brittany Long Photography

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