It’s not how you look–it’s what you see.   

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I am an ENFP

The Inspirer

I love being around people, and I am deeply committed to my friends. I am also unconventional, irreverent, and unimpressed by authority and rules.

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  • Current name: Stacey Fingerle; given (birth) name: Stacey Ann Druce; legal alias: Stacey Mosher; chosen name: Moonchild.
  • Born in Clearwater, Florida, USA.
  • Married to Mathis Fingerle; born in Benoni, Swaziland, SA; resident of Canton Aargau, Switzerland.
  • Currently residing in Seengen, Switzerland (am Hallwilersee), population 3000.
  • Previously employed as a computer geek (software and web developer) with Edutec AG, Altstetten, Zurich, Switzerland.
  • Mother of Leah Elisabeth—born May 27, 2001.
  • Age: Old enough to know what’s right, young enough to dance all night!
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Daily. My favorite authors of all time are Paul, Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton (Zanoni!), H.P. Lovecraft, Anne Rice, Umberto Eco, Frank Herbert and Dr. Seuss. Other faves include Aleister Crowley, W.B. Yeats, Sir Thomas Malory, Clive Barker, Kathleen and Michael Gear, and more Tarot authors than I can list.
I also enjoy a wide variety of speculative history. (Henry Leigh et al, Graham Hancock et al) I loved DaVinci Code. It’s a *story*–and not a new one either–but masterfully written and really fun to read. Speculative historical fiction?
Some of my favorite books are listed here.

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Julia Butterfly Hill
Wilhelm Tell

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Tarot, the Bible, European history, Templar conspiracy stuff, the workings of Nature, organic gardening, how to entertain a 7-y.o., content management with MySQL and PHP, . . .

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Scary ones. But they seem less scary lately. Is it because I’m old?
One of my favorite movies is “The Color Purple” and I love the Swiss movie “Beresina.”

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