Well, since I skipped so many days, the weekend because I was out snowboarding, and yesterday because I was scrolling through, like, a hundred pages of tumblr. So. Here are five facts since I promised one for each day.
#8: I really like to draw. I’ve been getting kind of out of practice, but I used to be pretty good at it. I’m not saying I could draw, like, the most beautiful thing you’d ever seen before, but I could try pretty damn hard. I was especially good at copying things. Give me a picture, and I could give you a pretty decent line-art of it in less than a day, if it wasn’t too complicated. Another few days to color it. I always wanted to learn how to animate or draw comics or something, too, because whenever I read a particularly good story I’d want to draw it. I still do, for some things I read nowadays. Maybe I’ll actually try it one day. You all will get first glimpse, I guess.
#9: I have a whole bunch of fandoms. I am, like, a really big otaku, too, though I guess I can be pretty good at not showing it. I like things like Naruto and One Piece, and all sorts of CLAMP stuff. I couldn’t even tell you all of them. And then there are the other fandoms, like Harry Potter, Homestuck, Fusion Fall, anything Disney… The list could go on and on for all the things I like to watch and look at. It’s all very time consuming and confusing to keep track of.
#10: I always wanted a bunk bed. Or at least a bed in the air. A hammock, for example, would be awesome. Right now I have a loft bed, which is totally awesome. I love it, except you can’t move a whole lot up there because then it shakes a whole lot, like crazy. Very dangerous.
#11: This is totally random, but I hate wearing socks. As a kid I would get yelled at every day because my parents didn’t like it when we didn’t wear socks in the house because apparently their reasoning is that it’s easier to clean sweat out of socks than it is the carpet, which I agree with, but what’s the harm of not wearing socks if they’re not sweating? I usually didn’t wear socks even when it was cold, so you know. It seemed kind of pointless to me then, and I didn’t like how restricting they felt, like my feet couldn’t breathe. It feels silly to me now.
#12: This may not be a secret to some, but I feel like I haven’t told some people or they forget or something, or maybe I just assume too much because I always assume people know this. I have a twin sister. Her name is Bethany, and she’s pretty amazing. It’s maybe kind of ridiculous how close we are, because we basically have shared everything since we were born. Friends, clothes, books, toys, phones, everything and anything you can name. She’s always been there for me, even when we argue, because those never last long. Arguments, I mean. It always seems like we can never keep our anger. I’ll be utterly upset with her over something she wouldn’t give me or tell me, but then a few minutes later I’d forget or feel guilty or anything and then I’d just stop being angry. It’s the same with her. Dunno why that is, but it’s great that we’ve never had gigantic arguments over stuff and don’t speak to each other for days like other siblings. But it may have contributed to my social anxiety, because since I always have someone to talk to, I never reach out to others and get nervous when around other people.