Birthday update:

There was in fact a snowstorm.

Heck it’s still brewing outside! How lame. Luckily, I had bought pillsbury cookie dough and froze it. It’s a cute idea that I can’t believe I’m an adult right now!

Still, I am enjoying my day! ♡

It’s my birthday!

I know I haven’t been posting much! That’s because I’ve been sucked into KH3 hell and dedicated a week and a half to beat the full game. As soon as I finished, I began writing because I got a flurry of new ideas to implement in my book.

But today is my lazy day. Why not take the time of to enjoy the fact that in alive and another year older? I wish I could share cake with everyone, haha.

All I ask is for platonic hugs and kisses. I’m praying for no storm so I can go buy me some snacks.

I DID IT.

Image result for anime cheer happy I entered my writing in the contest earlier this afternoon and I’m so proud. Still, after when I’d pushed the submit button I began screaming internally and doing that thing where I regret everything I did and wished I could undo it.

Either way, it’s done. I’m in. I’m happy I braved it. Now all I need to do is wait.

CONTEST JITTERS

Related image Tomorrow is the day of the contest and I’m anticipating for it’s arrival. I kept telling myself I’m not going to chicken out. And seeing the mentors saying not to self reject was enough to keep me going.

I can’t wait! I can’t wait! I CAN’T WAIT!!

COMPLIMENTS

I am used to giving compliments whenever I can overcome my anxiety. It comes much easier if I know you, of course. I see a girl in a nice dress, I want to tell her she looks good in it and I want to ask where she bought it. But I’m so anxious that I just walk right by and lost that chance. Or I’d see a guy with sick tattoos and I wanna tell him how awesome it looks. Again, I have so much difficulty.

But sometimes when I muster up the courage, I’ll compliment someone. Even if I’m babbling like an idiot and have a hard time getting the simplest of words out. I’m usually met with a simple thanks and I go my own way. I like making people feel good about themselves. Just complimenting a notable feature warms them up.

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