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a mind of her own
Birthdate:
8 February
External Services:
  • vivre@livejournal.com
is it really possible to convey the person you really are by typing a bunch of words?

but if it were possible, I would say that I rehearse imaginary conversations in my head so if I were ever in that situation I would know what to say, that I wear my hair in pigtails when I'm too lazy to dry it, that I like getting up early when no one else is awake to just listen to the silence, that I have four cats but my little kitten is my favorite because he reminds me of me, that for lunch I always have extra crunchy peanut butter and bananas on a tortilla, that I have socks in every imaginable color combination with every imaginable pattern, that I never believe people when they say nice things about me, that I have a box where I keep every flower I've ever received, that I live my life in fear of failure, that I cannot do anything at all if my room is messy, and that my biggest wish would be to be happy with the person that I am.
28 days later, ambition, amélie, antoine de saint exupery, art, asking questions, audrey hepburn, audrey tautou, awkward silences, being alone, being an only child, bollywood, books, bookstores, brand new, bright eyes, broccoli, buddhism, buffy the vampire slayer, carbon leaf, catalogs, cats, cellos, cherry coke, classical music, collages, coloring, crafts, crayons, crunchy peanut butter, cupcakes, dawson's creek, documentaries, doing nothing, existentialism, f. scott fitzgerald, filling up notebooks, foreign films, french, french music, fyodor dostoevsky, getting mail, gilmore girls, goodwill, happenstance, highlighters, hummus, ihop, index cards, indian movies, indie films, individuality, irish accents, jack johnson, jake gyllenhaal, kittens, knee-high socks, le petit prince, learning, libraries, lists, literature, love, magnetic poetry, making things, modern art, museums, my boyfriend, mystery science theater 3000, newshour, newspapers, office supplies, old photographs, oliver wood, paris, peace, perfection, philosophy, photography, pirates, politics, postcards, prairie home companion, procrastinating, psychology, puzzles, reading, rubber ducks, running, russian literature, rx bandits, salvation army, saving money, school, scrabble, sea otters, short stories, silence, silliness, six feet under, sleep, sleeping, snow, something corporate, spitalfield, staying up late, studying, taking pictures, the amish, the daily show, the get up kids, the history channel, the juliana theory, the onion, the real world, the rocket summer, the simpsons, thinking, thunderstorms, trampolines, travelling, trivial pursuit, typewriters, used bookstores, vegetarianism, waffle house, watching squirrels, weakerthans, weetzie bat, winning, words, writing letters, yellowcard

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