Among being BROKERIDICULOUSLYAWKWARDNOTORIOUSLYDERAILEDINSHORT, I am also famously in love with photography, fashion, books, history, and my cat.

I am nice, I hope.

My ringtone is the Star Wars theme song.

I enjoy knitting, dancing, and vanilla-scented anything.

I make jokes when I’m nervous.

My first post explains why I’ve ended up here.





3 thoughts on “About BRANDI

  1. Hey thanks for the follow! Feel free to share your thoughts anytime. Peace!

    Posted by The Commonzense of Saint James | February 19, 2013, 8:12 pm
  2. B your writing is ridiculous. It’s so well strung and full.

    I’ve always loved you as a sister. But if I’d never met you and only discovered your blog by a happen-chance click-click, I’d want to meet you & know you and know where the HECK you came from, and get around you. Because simply put, you’re something else, Kuebs.

    I believe in you, and I am so excited to keep reading. You are all real, and so good. So. Damn. Good. All love & light, always and allways. Shine on, sister soul.


    Posted by leahthygesen | March 22, 2013, 10:48 pm
    • Latoya girl, you make me smile so hard. I love to write for myself- that’s why I do it- but it makes me so grateful to know that my writing is important and interesting to others… especially YOU! SOMUCHLOVE 🙂

      Posted by brandikueber | March 23, 2013, 12:51 am

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