I’m Twentyteen, I have a small handful of real friends, I have depression and anxiety and I have an amazing boyfriend who is there to look after me when I’m sad.
I like Doctor Who, and Sherlock, Grimm, Once Upon A Time, Fairytail, Sailor Moon, Bob's Burgers, I, Zombie, and Supernatural, and My guilty pleasures include Toddlers & Tiaras and Hoarders.
I am a Sagittarius who cant spell Sagittarius without spell-check.My favourite colours include Orange, Purple, Black, Red, sometimes green and pink, blues and reds and yellows. I love frogs and elephants ever so much.
I love to write and I want to write forever - children’s books, novels, any fiction. I love reading paperbacks and hardcovers and I kinda like e-books but not as much because I don’t like holding a piece of technology when I want to escape. I have too many notebooks - I’ve never completely used one, and it’s mostly filled with scribbles and nonsense and feelings and sadness.
I feel left out really easily and I guess that’s stupid but that’s just me. I have lots of bad days - but somehow I get though and that makes me feel really good about myself but the fading scars from my past are my reminders of how far I've come.
I believe that as time has gone on, I have really come to value who I am and realise how important my life is to me. I don;t want to throw it away anymore; I want to fight past this and get on to the better that has to be coming my way. I have grown so much in a short time frame and it's kind of scary but I guess that's adulthood for you. There is a lot of stuff you have to learn the hard way, but that is how we choose our adventures.
Tumblr is a place I can really be myself, y’know? But no-one else seems to know the real me. I don’t but that’s why I’m here, because I am every little post I reblog on here, and every word I write and everything I want to be and see and dream.
And I guess that’s beautiful in a way, but also really sad.
But that’s just how my life can be.
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