Let's get the obvious facts out of the way: you're gorgeous, your Instagram pictures are pretty solid competition for Beyoncé, you've got more friends than you cant count, your style is always on point, and you are nothing short of a local celebrity. I see through all of that, though, I see you. Now, let's talk about the less obvious things, the things most people look over. Let's talk about how there is much more to you than what people see
You're kind. With looks like yours and a social atmosphere so exclusive as the one you live in, it's easy to lose yourself in the day-to-day superficiality of it all. Even more so, it's easy to get caught up in how people define you and what they set you up to be. So, yes, you are beautiful and you're part of exclusive social circles, but you don't let that get to you. Your looks are one thing, but your approach to others is completely different. You are beautiful, but mostly because you don't feel that your appearance gives you an upper hand in this world.
You're brilliant. Let's be real, you are a total book worm. People may not understand how important your intellect and your future is to you, but I see through those Instagram party pictures. I know that your Thirsty Thursdays are preceded and followed by countless hours of studying. And even more than that, I know how 'street smart' you are, I've seen you manage through uncomfortable and often devastating personal hardships. People may not understand the extent of your brilliance, but I see how much you can shine.
You're tough. Absolutely nobody can trample you. There's never been a moment when I have felt the need to stand up for you because you fend extremely well by yourself. And, honestly, I know I can count on you to throw some punches around, the extent of your toughness is not limited to just words and wittiness. But you don't leave it at that. Resourcefulness is also one of your strong suit, something that's never really clear by just looking at your Twitter or your Instagram.
There's more to you than being 'you.' There's more to you than what you lead on, there's more to you than your social 'you.' I know what people see, the stereotype, the idealized girl, the shell of a girl who is otherwise so much more. So, I guess, what I want to say with all of this is that I see through all of that and I admire you for everything, not just what's on the outside. But even more still, I admire you because being beautiful on the outside isn't enough for you, and that's what truly makes you a bombshell.