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Music is one of the most important things in my life, I love it and I don't know what I'd do without it. I listen to all kinds of music, ranging from classical to death metal to indie pop. Music is beautiful, it speaks what cannot be expressed, soothes the mind and gives it rest, it heals the heart and makes it whole. Music is what makes me happiest.
Sure it may seem like I'm super confident and flawless, but I hate public speaking. It's horrifying to me. Even presenting in a class of twenty people isn't easy. I stutter and repeat things and it's always a mess. Public speaking is one of my deepest fears. . . and spiders.
I get mixed comments about my interest in body modifications. Some people agree with me that they're totally rad and shouldn't be discriminated. Some also say that by doing these things I'm "mutilating" my body. I've always had an interest in tattoos, and piercings have constantly appealed to me. I can easily picture myself covered in tattoos and with a tasteful amount of piercings. In ten years time, I see myself being successful, achieved, and modified.
Tbh, holidays in general are a bit overrated, in my opinion. I don't understand the point in having a day to exclusively honor couples. It just makes all the single losers, like me, feel bad. I mean, sure, chocolates and flowers are a good time, but I'm perfectly fine ordering a pizza on my own and watching Netflix instead. So, what do I hate most about holidays? Pretty much Valentine's Day. . . Halloween's pretty cool.
I was born in Billings, Montana and I lived in Havre for roughly five years before moving all the way down to Texas. I lived in a pretty good sized house with a pool in Fort Worth, and it was a lot of fun. I stayed in Texas for the entirety of kindergarten, as well as the first few months of first grade. After that, we packed our stuff back up to the North West, and moved into an apartment in Spokane. Now, about seven years later, I live in a decent home on the edge of Greenacres.