Who I am..

“Fond of tradition, but attached more to the joy of human interaction, you are often a beacon of hope to those members of society who have lost faith or who are in need of succor. You are often emotional, and this emotionality is rarely held in check. Kind and helping by nature, when affronted you will explode, and just as suddenly when the pain has passed return to normalcy again. On occasion this quick and vibrant emotionality is translated into a life on the stage or screen. You have a strong sense of right and wrong, but can sometimes be left confused and uncertain in times of stress or when tough decisions must be made. You avoid conflict, tending to stay out of trouble in hopes that the group will benefit most from this behavior. Because you have trouble putting your own needs first, you will be put in much stress if you find yourself in an unequal relationship, one in which your partner is not as giving as you are.”

I like to look good, but I don’t like to go with whatever they say is fashion, because fashion seems pretty stupid sometimes…really. I like to bake so you might see some posts about that too. And since man worships the past, you might see some nostalgic posts, memories haunt me. And I like to ponder upon random questions, happenings…joining the dots, so you might as well expect that.

Now wouldn’t you say everyone loves to talk about themselves?! I do. ๐Ÿ™‚

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24 thoughts on “Who I am..

  1. Ordinary Girl, You, at 17, are at a time of life when everything is in a practical, organized state of confusion. It’s an exciting time of life when you are at the brink of momentous decisions. You are at the age of my granddaughter. I admire your honesty and positive attitude toward life and wish you well in your endeavors.
    Paul

    • I thank you very much, sir. And you’re right, this age really is that way. So many decisions to make… And ever one of them decides how the rest of our lives are going to turn out.

      • Be patient with yourself. As we go along the mainstream of life some of the paths we take turn out to be “dead ends” and then we just have to go back to the mainstream and try something else. It’s all just part of the learning process and it doesn’t stop as you get older. (Never stops!). Best to you
        Paul

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