Penname: SmithsonianGirl [Contact] Real name: Anne/Annie
Member Since: Aug 09, 2009
Membership status: Member
Bio:
In my own little world called school, I am know as "the smart girl". Not a lot of people in my school like me or even talk to me because they think I'm stuck-up and a know-it-all. Sadly, this is not the truth as I never intentionally talk down to people and try to help everyone I can. I just wish they knew the real me; at least on this website I can be myself without anyone judging me. I never really care what people think about me because, first off all, if they don't talk to me then they don't know what I'm like, so their opinion of me is wrong. Second, life and the little details don't really matter since we don't get out alive anyway. (I found this quote online, so please don't give me the credit.)

My friends all say that I am a little bit crazy and I honestly do believe that it's the truth. After all, I belong to a book club called the BSHMSBMC (I'm not even going to bother typing out all of the words) and I stayed after school on every Tuesday a few years ago with my English teacher for the ELC (English Lovers' Club/Everyone Loves Candy). I'm also proud of the fact that I am the worst ping pong player in my school, and I am obsessed from the part of the movie Baraka called the Balinese Monkey Chant. So yes, I would say that I am crazy. Not that it matters, because no one really cares if you're crazy or not unless you're using it as an excuse for your actions when you're in court. Yikes, that was a really bad explanation. Oh well, I don't really care.

I've probably scared you away from the computer by now, but in case you're still there...

I live with four family members: my mom, dad, older sister by two years, and dog. Lazlo is the best doggie in the whole world and what's really cool is that he was a resuce dog. That's right, he's a Southern Doggie! Some college student found him as a puppy in Tennesse and he made his way all the way up to my house. We found him on PetFinder, and his adoption agency was Pet MatchMaker. I'm so lucky to have this cutie pie... if you're looking for a specific mix, definately go for a lab/whippet. The combination is awesome!

Well, I think that's enough about my dog. Moving on to content that's actually about me... (Jeezies, I sounded really self-centered. I'm really not, though.)

My school is awesome. We have so many opportunities and after-school activities that I don't understand why so many people are going to private schools. It's a well-known fact that my school is the best in the area, but whatever floats the parents' boats, I guess. My grades are really high and the lowest I've ever gotten is an 88. Not that everything is really easy- I'm struggling in math and have to keep asking my sister for help. The stupid thing is that she keeps telling me to go to tutoring during my studies, but almost each time she is the tutor. Shows you how smart she is... actually, she's really smart and gets better grades than I do. I just like to tease her!

What else should you know about me? Let's see... I'm lost in the world of fanfiction. Darn it, you already know that. Hmm, what else? I've seemingly hit a roadblock. No, not writer's block- a roadblock. Roadblock's a better word so that's what I'm defining my problem as. But what to write? Hmm... I really am stuck! Since I really am stuck, I think I'll draw this profile to a close. Thanks for reading about me, and I hope you like my fanfiction! If you'd like to chat, feel free to email me. I love reading messages from all kinds of different people!
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Stories by SmithsonianGirl
Summary: Every year on September 5th, traders flock to Camelot to get permission to trade. One such trader is Ulric, and deals in slaves. Merlin convinces Arthur to buy the slave girl Adelaide, but it is quickly obvious that she is not all that she seems to be.
Categories: FPF Het Characters: Arthur, Gaius, Gwen, Merlin, Morgana, Uther
Genre: Romance
Pairing: Merlin/OFC
Warnings: non-explicit violence
Series: None
Chapters: 3
Completed: No Word count: 7111 Read Count: 5931
Published: Aug 25, 2009 Updated: Jan 02, 2010
Summary: Angela made a prophecy involving a Dragon Rider, an unhatched egg, a man with a great destiny, and a lord. When Eragon realizes that the prophecy applies to his daughter, Nadia, he sends her with the unhatched egg across the sea to the Other World. When the egg hatches, Merlin & company are thrust into a changing Camelot, politics drive Uther and Arthur apart, and the prophecy demands for Albion to be united.
Categories: FPF Het Characters: Arthur, Gaius, Gwen, Merlin, Morgana, The Dragon, Uther
Genre: Action/Adventure, Crossover, Drama, Romance
Pairing: Merlin/OFC
Warnings: none
Series: None
Chapters: 2
Completed: No Word count: 1562 Read Count: 4065
Published: Jan 01, 2010 Updated: Jan 01, 2010
Summary: While out hunting, Arthur and Merlin find a girl being brutally beaten by two men. They save her using Arthur's fighting skills and Merlin's magic. However, Camelot is going through a difficult time and therefore unable to support any more people than necessary. Will the girl be able to convince Uther to let her stay? And what, exactly, does she mean to Arthur?
Categories: FPF Het Characters: Arthur, Gaius, Gwen, Merlin, Morgana, The Dragon, Uther
Genre: Action/Adventure, Drama, Romance
Pairing: Arthur/OFC
Warnings: none
Series: None
Chapters: 35
Completed: No Word count: 77979 Read Count: 143261
Published: Aug 09, 2009 Updated: Jan 04, 2010
Summary: Freya left Merlin with a promise to repay him for his kindness, and two months after her untimely death it's time for her to make good on it. Intrepretation of episode 2x9 and Arthurian legend of the Lady of the Lake. Oneshot.
Categories: FPF Gen Characters: Arthur, Merlin
Genre: Drama
Pairing: Merlin/OFC
Warnings: none
Series: None
Chapters: 1
Completed: Yes Word count: 2626 Read Count: 2156
Published: Dec 30, 2009 Updated: Dec 30, 2009