INTJ, Ravenclaw, Pisces
Cute stuff, fashion (lolita, gyaru, otome, etc.), Rilakkuma/Korilakkuma, J-rock (especially An Cafe), Utada Hikaru, Kyary Pamyu Pamyu, K-pop (especially Big Bang), art, traveling, pugs, jellyfish, sweets
Hi, I'm Danielle. I am just finishing up my final college course for a BA in International Studies and have just moved with my boyfriend of 2 years to Portland while he goes to grad school~ we spent most of the past year and a half 7000 miles apart (he's from Osaka), so we're both very excited to no longer be long-distance! I am currently working part-time as an office assistant in a medical office.
Please read my FAQ before asking me any questions!
I’m more than happy to answer pretty much anything else – ask me with your username (non-anon) if you’d like the reply to be private.
I’m pretty friendly (although a little bit awkward), so feel free to chat with me anytime! I’m always happy to meet people with similar interests~
Some Info About My Blog:
-about 80% of my posts are queued to post every 2 hours from 10am to 10pm PST
-text posts and asks are often deleted after a day or two
-if you would like to block my personal text posts, please savior the tag "mk personal"
-I try to tag triggers - please send me a message if I fail to do so, and I will remedy that asap
-do not repost my personal photos!!! I will not hesitate to report you if you do
-I ask that you please do not reblog my personal photos onto pro-ana blogs or tag them as thinspiration - it makes me uncomfortable
Please CLICK HERE to visit my GoFundMe fundraiser to learn more about why I feel a service dog would benefit me and for cost breakdowns.
Hello, my name is Danielle and in September 2012, I was diagnosed with a rare sleep disorder called idiopathic hypersomnia. It is largely not understood by the medical community, and there are no FDA-approved treatments on the market.
This disorder causes severe excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS), uncontrollable long sleep periods, and extreme mental fog. It is not uncommon for me to sleep 18 hours a day, even with three alarms set.
As you can imagine, this has caused immense difficulty in my academics, professional, and personal lives. I will finally be graduating college in August at age 24, and will be unable to work fulltime until researchers can find a better treatment for me.
I am extremely worried that I won’t be able to wake up even for a parttime job - a friend suggested the idea of a service dog, trained to wake me up when my alarm goes off. Unlike a piece of technology, a dog does not have a button that shuts it off!
Unfortunately, dogs are very expensive to take care of - that is why I’ve created this fundraiser. The goal is $1300 - an estimate of how much it will cost to purchase and care for the dog for one year.
Please CLICK HERE to visit my fundraiser!
Even if you can’t donate anything, a reblog is much appreciated to help me get the word out!