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The Lost Document

When digging through my documents on my computer, this is what I found

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The Lost Document
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I was just going through my documents on my computer and I came across this; everything you’ll ever need to know about me. I wanted to type it out and save it and never come across it again, but I believe in life there should be no secrets, no one should ever hide who they are. Luckily I don’t mind being vulnerable and sharing my intimate document with you all. I don’t even know if it will make sense to anyone, but let’s hope it does. I encourage you to get vulnerable with others and yourself. What do you have to lose? Anyways here’s to getting to know me much better. I hope you enjoy.

I’m a misunderstood girl.

I didn’t do my summer reading which will be okay.

I asked for sewing machine for Christmas so I could make things for other people.

I hate the color pink.

I don’t understand monograms.

My tangled hair represents me best.

I love neglected colors that people refer to as “puke”

I enjoy giving rather than receiving.

I believe that plants have quiet souls and hold all the world’s secrets.

I enjoy playing guitar even though I know only 5 chords.

I like the sound of rain.

I talk about art like I talk about a dearly loved one.

When I look at something I imagine what color of paint I would use to paint that scene.

I believe that coffee can end all the world’s problems (for me at least)

I like wearing hats although I can’t pull them off whatsoever.

I love music and going through old vinyls.

Instead of reality TV I prefer a riveting nature documentary.

Aquatic things intrigue me and I think the ocean is so vast and beautiful.

I love listening to other people talk about what they love.

I am a lucky individual for just being able to walk and see in color.

I could eat sushi for the rest of my life and be happy.

I cry over things that are sad beautiful and funny and all of the above.

I understand the language of art.

I would give the world to someone even if I barely knew them.

I care a lot about people.

I really like old rock ‘n’ roll music.

I take my coffee black with a little milk.

My mother is my hero.

I like making people laugh.

I’ll always go out of my way to make sure someone else’s needs are met.

When I love I give it all I have.

I sing really loud in the car and when I’m alone.

I like to dance when I do my laundry.

I don’t give myself that much credit.

I get down on myself a lot.

I feel like I don’t really fit in sometimes.

I think people think I’m weird.

But I don’t really care.

I lie to myself.

But I am honest.

I don’t know if that matters.

Or makes sense.

But that’s how it goes I guess.

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