Saturday, September 15, 2012

Some self-reflection.

I'm an extremely emotional person, but I don't like to show it. I fear confrontation and am intimidated easily. There are those whom I admire to the point of idolization, and those who help me see my flaws. I don't like my conversations to be heard, and I daydream excessively. I cry while bearing my testimony, listening to music, and when people are upset with me. Clean rooms help me think, and I appreciate the color white. I find good grammar attractive and I'm constantly second-guessing myself. I'm one of those people who constantly writes letters to themselves to be opened in later years. I recognize what I have, and what I don't as well. I tend to exaggerate the melancholy. There's a perfect picture in my head of my full potential, but unconsciously I aspire for other things. I listen to the lyrics and write down the ones that make me think. I'm a cursive-writer and a scripture-reader. "Don't try to be anybody but yourself, because that's what makes you not swaggy." -Justin Bieber


  1. I am not a fan at all of confrontation either--and all of my favorite songs make me cry. Cursive isn't my strong suite, though--I don't think it was made for left-handed people. I admire those who can write it well, though!

  2. You are so cute. And I'm super glad you opened up! This makes you so relatable and I love it. I think it's an amazing idea to write letters to yourself for the future years. I think I'm going to do that this week! And appreciating the color white is amazing, too. I'm sure you adore the temple as much as I do as well. You're cute!

    Amanda @


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