She immigrated to the US from South Korea but can talk herself some good American! She's a non-practicing Asian, and sometimes eats with a fork.
She is passionate about cooking and is a major food snob. Kind of. It depends on whether or not there are deep-fried tater tots available. She may also have an unhealthy obsession with her KitchenAid mixer. She loves that thing in ways that are condemned in the Bible.
Tracy is part of the class of 2000 and finds it amusing that she graduated high school in a different millennium than her husband (she's a saucy cradle robber). She then went on to study theoretical physics in college, and LOLs at the fact that her university considered those "applied practical sciences". She is sad that she can't travel through time (YET). She is currently boobs-deep in programming. (She is also fully aware that her blog is a little bit weird...)
She has always loved the Pacific Northwest, and in spite of having spent a decent amount of her childhood in Tacoma, she did NOT grow up to be a stripper or end up in jail. Although she has visited or lived in almost every single state in the country, the Pacific Northwest, and Seattle specifically, has always felt like home, so after spending a portion of her childhood out here, she returned to her soggy little corner of the universe in 2007 and has never looked back. It makes sense that she would ultimately choose to buy a house and settle out here. She finally moved in to her first house (after 8 months of unbelievable, utterly appalling construction drama) and will never, ever, never ever move, ever. Even when she dies, she is going to haunt that house.
A city girl at heart, Tracy spent her entire life in tiny apartments (with beige carpeting) and even tinier rental houses (also with beige carpeting). Now she lives in a bloated, gluttonous house that she has named "Bertha" (with beige carpeting). She really hates beige carpeting.
She updates her blog at least once per week, and then spends the bulk of her weekends avoiding the 520 bridge, and subjecting you to her MS Paint drawings. Tracy is unsure why she decided to write this post in the third-person.