Born in a hot town under the burn of the equator in Kenya, at the age of fourteen, Yvie once shouted 'I'm going to write a book'. Everyone skeptical, they plastered on fake smiles and produced nerve grating enthusiasm.
Years later, she got an A in language and a B in literature in her A levels, her vocabulary improved tenfold and she shocked them all with her drafts, albeit not complete.
Yvie lives with her mum, once with a mother cat called Kiki who had a black mask that truly was black, her two adorable kittens, Pelly and Shwoozy/Mouse (undecided). As of now, Kiki still occupies a deep part of her heart, and questions and hopes still resurface whenever she thinks of Shwoozy. On a happier note: Pelly is the most social cat and still adorable sleeper she's ever had as a friend.
She is still random, sometimes talks to herself, loves daydreaming and does not like snotty people, loud people, and way too crowded places. She adores crowd watching, and together with Pelly, on a sunny day in her port town, would walk to the corner of her block and stare at everyone and everything passing by. Interesting subject, she says.
Yvie has since decided she will not fear what is not real, and has disclaimed her phobia of needles. Her phobia was increased during a bad dental visit where an inexperienced -good, not- doctor practically assaulted her with the needle. Her favorite ice cream is vanilla with chocolate swirls, mint chips and wafers. And, please, lots of waffles.
Yvie still considers herself a mad woman, for to be mad is to be wild, and to be wild is to be genius.

UPDATE (6/09/2014): Kiki passed way recently and Shwoozy ran away.
I'm going to college.
UPDATE (9/10/2015): Everything up here has been updated. I now live between my mum and my aunt, have adopted the trait of square, full rimmed glasses perched on my nose, and has decided I quite enjoy teasing sweet, shy boys.
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