Otaku in My Veins

A Blog about Watching Anime with Jesus

About Me

My name is Teresa Christina, because that reflects my identity in Christ.

Teresa means “to Harvest” as I want to harvest the gifts God has given me.

Christina means “a Christian” as all aspects of me are from God. I am not just a Christian, I am the daughter of Christ. This name is a reflection of my true family.

I got into anime not terribly long ago. When I was a little girl, I watched about two minutes of an episode of Yu Gi Oh and for some reason, it scared me forever, I still remember how scared and disturbed I felt. Afterwards, then developed a completely irrational fear of anime- those big eyes and intimating personalities, so I stayed pretty clear of these crazy color, pointy haired cartoons.

Then, a friend had me watch Sword Art Online, since we were both taking a sword class at the time. It all went down hill from there. Anime has sprouted this love of story telling that had been festering in my soul for years.

I think it’s very important to be able to sort the truth of God from everything the world offers. I believe the best medium for this is writing. I strive to write about concepts of truth and I’ll continue to hunt for truth in  the most interesting medium I’ve found – anime.

I vowed as a forth grader that I would dedicate the rest of my life to becoming a better writer, and I still abide by that promise. This blog is my way of honoring that promise.

Someday, I wish to become a screen writer, but until then, I’m here praying, writing, and watching way too much anime.

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