About

My name is Rebecca, aka Beka, bekabug, bug, Beka Mae and ‘You in the corner with the book.’

At this moment in time I am a 29 year old Web Designer / IT Slave / Computer Tech residing in Eastern Tennessee. I have been known to scribble or tap out anything that enters my head (poetry, crap, random strings of words, fiction, TMI nonsense, doodles, etc.). I live with my partner, Hugo, our Doberman Pinschers, Dub Alexander Pancake (7yrs) and Coco Chienelle Pancake (4yrs). Hugo and I have been together since March of 2004. My life is currently a complete shitwreck.

I listen to a lot of different music, my favorite foods are vegetables & carbs, and grey is my favourite colour. I am a bit of a gamer when I can be bothered to find the cable to charge my controllers. I am a voracious reader and my taste in books is all over the place. I play, what may one day evolve into or be interpreted as, music on a Fender Squier (stop laughing) and a Taylor 412ce (bit up an upgrade there, ay?). I drive an SS Cobalt when people aren’t driving into it.

I run this site for my own personal amusement cheap therapy. The last time I got pissed and took it offline I seemed to have done a bang-up job and lost about 6 years worth of deep thoughts and important milestones garbage I’d mostly care to forget. I am trying to put it back together yet I have no idea why.

I typically hammer out this drivel on a laptop while sitting in bed after consuming too much coffee and/or spending too much time alone and inside my head. For slightly less deep thoughts and probably 80% less emomope, twitter is the way to go.

I take tons of pictures with a Rebel XTi and a 50mm 1.4f lens. Check out my Flickr account for more on that.

I, generally, do not bite.

wednesday

as i walk by, unnoticed
little blues baby
with her techno mind
and rock-n-roll soul

Creative Commons License wednesday by beka gunter is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. Based on a work at feedingthespiders.com.

If you keep saving butterflies, the spiders will die! But…wanting to save both is a contradiction. What would you rather do?” Millions Knives