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Weak and Broken
About Jenn
Weak And Broken
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About Jenn

             Hello my fellow Fansons! My name is Jen, and I am one of the two freaks obsessed with Hanson who are writing Weak and Broken. You’re probably thinking, I have to be obsessed with more than just Hanson. And well, you would be right. Although Hanson is at the top of my list, I also love The Moffatts (which I guess makes me a Moffan), and am a huge Lord of the Rings fan. Lord of the Rings is probably up there with Hanson… which has resulted in a couple of cross-overs. I get very weird ideas in this little head of mine, but of course, most of them don’t ever make it onto paper. Anyway, I have been a loyal and devoted Hanson fan since 2000 when I heard This Time Around. Of course, it was just after I became a fan, Island Def Jam started screwing them over, so I had to wait three years for Underneath to be released. I am very opinionated about the whole Island Def Jam thing, so I don’t think I really want to continue. Maybe on a little rambling page I’ll express my thoughts on the whole situation, but not here. Anyway, I went to New York in April of 2004 on a school trip, and missed the mini-concert and autograph signing at Virgin Records by two days. I was quite frustrated about that. So was my friend, Danielle, with whom I found out. My first Hanson concert experience came on Thursday, August 19th, 2004 when they came to my hometown of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. I had a blast that night, and will forever remember it. Now you’re thinking with me being a fan of Hanson, I have to have a favourite right? Well, I do, and it’s Ike. And I also have a whole whack of favourite songs; far too many to list all of them, but right now my favourite would probably have to be Breaktown.

             I have been writing since I was about six years old, or for about eleven years. I always find time to write; even in school. If I get an idea for something, I have to write it down, so I always have paper with me no matter where I go, or I try really hard to keep it locked inside my brain until I can write it down. I guess writing is one of the ways I escape the busy outside world, and enter my own peaceful realm located at the centre of my big imagination. It is a wonderful place to visit, and I find myself going there every day.