Beth Banner, though she greatly enjoys the field of yak ranching, has discovered that she makes even less money doing that than she does submitting essays to On a Whim. Thusly, she finds herself sitting through a business writing class in order to be trained as a medical transcriptionist. What Beth really wants to be when she grows up is a writing housewife (complete with maid and gardener).
Evan Bernstein is too complex to be summarized in a fifty-word bio.
Lisa Bigelow has finally achieved the 3-day weekend and 6-hour workday by subbing for the Chicago Public Schools. Among her other pursuits are writing, making art, and practicing Frisbee. In spite of her underlying suspicion and resentment of computers, she is the web designer and editor of On a Whim. She encourages anyone and everyone to participate in this project.
» Lisa’s Other Web Site
Joe Chellman is a restless soul who can’t make up his mind. He’s a drummer and web developer, amateur photographer, enthusiastic cook, voracious reader, and occasional basketball player, in addition to hosting and providing tech support for On a Whim. He grew up in New Hampshire, where there are towns with more critters than people. Sometimes Joe feels like those towns.
» Joe’s Web Site
Krista Goebel reads tampon instructions and shampoo bottles to avoid work. She received her sociology degree from Western Michigan in summer of 2001. She believes in opportunity and responsibility and wise choices. She practices none of these regularly and some of them sporadically. Krista’s primary aspiration is to be a brownie baking, slumber party planning, mini-van driving, parent-teacher conference attending, mall shopping, thank you note writing, nap taking, Oprah watching, Martha Stewart resenting, peace appreciating, celebrated soccer mom.
Tala Rassool is a nursing student in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Her off-beat sense of humor and flights of fancy have kept many a person wondering just what she’s really thinking behind those rapidly blinking eyes.
Mark Weathers is butt one of our whole. Third personally speaking, he’s out of his gourd and loves it! But in the harsh real world, our little artist buddy attends UGA in an attempt to further his interests, abilities, and know-who. Though he lacks any trace of motivation, he does own some dwarf hamsters.