Joined 8 years ago
Whenver someone describes me the first word that comes out of their mouth is crazy. Quite frankly I am not one to argue, but hey at least I make life interesting. I have had many friends since kindergarten, yet I never seize to amaze them as to what I am going to do next. Truthly sometimes, I don't even know what I am going to do, but in my opinion life should not be something of certainity. After the past four years,I have given up trying to figure out the reasons for everything in life. I have had to undergo 3 serious knee surgeries, anxiously await for news on whether or not I need a hip replacement, spend a year and half at boarding school, and witness the pathetic sanctity that my parents trapped themselves into called marriage. Hence, I decided that i would rather be on a permanent high in life instead of wallowing in self-pity. Life is what you make of it and personally I want mine to be exciting, unpredictable, and crazy enough that someone might actually find it interesting. .
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