Devious Journal EntryDo you like my new avatar?Devious Journal Entry in Personal More Like This
:iconyellowplz:  Yes I do!
:iconredcolorplz:  No, not really
:icongreencolorplz:  Try another one!
:iconblue-plz:  Old one was better!
Wonderful videoPlz watch this http://www.youtube.com/watch?featurelayer_embeddedWonderful video in Personal More Like This
Oh the weather outside is frightful...That was the first verse of the song "Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow!" by Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne.Oh the weather outside is frightful... in Personal More Like This
How frightful but also interesting the weather in December could be you could see at my newest pictures!
Being Out/Day of SilenceToday has been pretty fucking amazing. At my school, the IRIS-GSA(gay straight alience) club, made today a Day of Silence. (for more info read here http://www.dayofsilence.org/)Being Out/Day of Silence in Personal More Like This
Most of my really close friends know I'm bi, but today, because I was silent, I got a lot of people asking me if I was gay, and I nodded that yes, I was bisexual. I feel so relieved to have people I barely know know that I am bi. I feel free, like I can be whomever I am without tip toeing around what I say. My parents still don't know, and it's not because I think they wont approve, my mom and I stood in my lesbian aunts wedding, I just think it would be raising a false alarm if I tell them before I get a girlfriend. So I'm not totally free, but I'm getting there.
So this morning this gorgeous girl who was also participating in the Day of Silence came up to me. I had never met her before, I had just seen her in passing. She wrote on a
Dedication to a New YearDedication to a New Year in deviantART Blog More Like This
December 31, 2012by $techgnotic
Nuances of an Annual Ritual
Which brings us to each year’s communal celebration of the passing of our lifetimes:
New Year’s Eve
So what did you “actually get done” in the past year? How closer are you to a grand goal in life? An assessment is made and then the inevitable Step 2 of the yearly process is engaged, which is often a word for word repeat of last year’s Step 2:
The New Year’s Resolution
There seem to be two main strategies that emerge at this point of facing the New Year, a “brand new morning.” The lone wolf quietly acknowledges goals not yet reached, and is even more secretive in the “new plan.” “I’ll show them,” becomes the new privat