Average height. 5'4". Long curly brown hair. Brown eyes. I tan easily in the summers. Sometimes dark rings. I love early mornings and late nights. Roundish-features. 140 lb, rather athletic, in JROTC. I wear whatever I feel like -- typically sweaters, tights, any weird combination I feel like...
Trust and reaching out go hand-in-hand for me. I don't feel comfortable/have no real urge to reach out unless I have a trust to cause me to want to -- and a trust that I won't be spurned. I don't handle that sort of rejection very well. This isn't to say I don't have friends, though -- I have a...
I always find myself closer to people then I am to people. They reach out, and I accept, but make no attempt to reach out myself. I know their life stories, and the most they end up knowing about me is the very menial basics.
True friendship is a long relationship in which we have both reached...
I usually hardly wear make-up -- I don't find it necessary. The most I'll use is a lip balm. I do, however, paint my nails. I normally use a dark red I'm keen to. I think it looks classy and it catches people's eyes easily. It's a weird, illogical, fanciful notion, but I do it all the same.
One voice -- different tones. But sometimes this voice splits -- when I'm feeling particularly conflicted about something, one voice will take one tone and the other a different tone -- and then those may split too.
When I read, I hear it in my head in a tone of voice not dissimilar to mine...
How could I forget Calvin and Hobbes? I own seven of the books. I love them. When I was a little girl, I had a stuffed tiger named Sheila that I dragged around everywhere with me, much like Calvin with Hobbes. This was before I'd read the comics -- afterwards, I thought it was very funny.
Happens to me all the time. I've once had such great misinterpretations that it created a rift between my mother and I for weeks, when really, neither of us harbored any bad will towards each other right from the beginning.
I agree with most of the posts. Communication is golden. Even if...
Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov. Not only did his amazing writing enchant me, it helped me look at things from different perspectives and quench a few demons lurking in the closet.
Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling. I read these books from a young age -- they helped me become enthusiastic about reading...
Don't read anything she's published in the past 5-10 years. It's garbage. Her older books, however, are excellent.
I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings. I despise that book, and the author. She has no talent absolutely whatsoever and merely presents an African-American pride sob-story. [Please...
That book = Agh. My best friend wants me to read it, but I keep telling him it's a waste of time.
I really can't see how it's so great.
'Night' for the fourth time for my English class. I love it.
'The Life of Pi',
and 'Through the Looking Glass'.
Marley and Me. Cute little movie that tugs at the heartstrings.
Also watched G-Force and lied through my teeth that I liked it. I felt my IQ drop about 10 points within that hour and a half.
Watched Megamind -- again. I'm a little obsessed.
And for the future -- watching Tron: Legacy on...
Always. At least once a month I look at roads and think 'I have money. I could just travel. Be on my own. Throw away all my connections and walk.' I've always wanted to be like Thoreau and just kind of be a hermit in the woods and write. Life-long dream. I'll eventually do it, no doubt, and...
I enjoy Christmas. I'm agnostic at heart and Hebrew Messianic to most. I like the lights and wintry season and the general vibe. I have a small family, so the 'families getting together' bit means little to me.
The presents are enjoyable, too. [:
Lol, that's what I thought. I looked and I really didn't see anyone that noticed it. I wondered if it was simply a glitch on my computer, or my brain, but apparently not.
EVERYTHING MUST BE SPELLED CORRECTLY GIANT SQUID OF ANGER. ._. :storks:
J/k. But really, I wish it were fixable.
They are all.
It says 'Dispay' when it's supposed to be 'Display'.
Or is that just me and I'm really going insane? D: Is there any way to fix this? Has anyone else pointed this out?
Ah, woe is me. ;///;
Lack of alone time for me is like a car running on empty. I can't function. I snap at the smallest agitation and lash out at practically anyone with ruthless sarcasm and criticism. My decision-making is impaired and faulty. I'll evade people in an attempt to get that thought-time, often falling...
I love animals. I'm something of a cat lady -- I own seven cats, and I miss them very much if I ever go away on trips. >.>
I rather enjoy children. I get along with them because I see them as equals [as others have said] and I can be rather childlike myself.
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I often ignore people if I see no good reason to talk to them. A girl in my homeroom babbles to me every day, and I sometimes will not even reply to her, because it's all boring small-talk.
I also can't bear to talk to my boyfriend online due to his atrocious spelling mistakes. He can...
Skeletons of trees echo a lover's last breath
while femme fatale snow piles in heaps on their graves
and I stand, ever-watching, as laughter bubbles past my lips
fools they were -- and fools they died.