Well, most of the important stuff is below, but as for a few miscellaneous things...
Myers-Briggs Personality: ISFP (I know it's kinda stupid, but I like to take it whenever I'm bored, and I almost always get that. :P)
I kinda-sorta don't want to grow up. But I can still be a mature person when it's necessary.
I see both sides to EVERYTHING. To a fault.
My life and ambitions.
The most important thing to me is probably fostering good relationships with people. I still acknowledge my need for a good job, good grades, money, etc., but without people I care about, I wouldn't be able to sustain my happiness.
A brief history of my life.
Um...I was born in a suburb, I have never moved, I've spent my life in two extremely small private schools, and I live with my parents and older brother (when he's home from college). In the fall I will be going to college myself. Yeah, that's really all I can think of.
The things I could never live without.
Probably my computer. As much as I hate to admit it, I am rather Internet-obsessed.
My favourite books, TV, music, movies and food.
Books: Looking For Alaska, Paper Towns, Anna and the French Kiss, Lola and the Boy Next Door, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, The Catcher in the Rye, Atonement, and Hamlet (if that one counts).
Shows: Modern Family, Austin and Ally, and Phineas and Ferb.
--Artists: Hank Green, Ross Lynch, and Taylor Swift.
--Musicals: Next to Normal, Little Shop of Horrors, Wicked, Hair, Sweeney Todd, and Beauty and the Beast.
Movies: Taking Chance, Grave of the Fireflies, Little Miss Sunshine, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, and Peter Pan (1953).
Food: I am the worst, most picky eater in existence. But yeah, I like breakfast foods that I can put syrup on (e.g., pancakes, waffles) and lunch/ dinner that has tomato sauce and/or cheese on it (i.e., pizza and pasta). :P
The coolest places I've visited.
Can't think of any (just want a completed profile).
In my free time I like to...
Not do much. I guess just listen to music or contemplate my social interactions.
From John Green:
"[Twilight is] fun, it distracts me from the pain and brokenness of the world, and it argues that true love will triumph in the end--which may or may not be true, but if it's a lie, it's the most beautiful lie we have."
"That always seemed silly to me, choosing your friends based on how pretty they are. That's like picking your breakfast cereals based on color instead of taste."
From Next to Normal:
"The one thing that's sure is that there is no cure, but that doesn't mean we don't fight."
"You don't have to be happy at all to be happy you're alive."
You should send me a message if you..
Are a Nerdfighter.
In High School