I am a curvy girl who has an 'interesting' relationship with her curves, but accepts that they are all her
I am the high-school student teachers didn't could manage further education and now sitting with a Bsc and Masters
I am the shy girl who always makes sure that everyone is happy and is willing to talk to those who seemingly have no-one to talk to, just to make them feel better
I am the sedentary child who comes into her own when swimming
I am me and whilst many people i know I am sure have pigeon-holed me and have their own opinion of who I am, I know I have suprised them all and hope to continue to do so! it is with this knowledge that I can confidently say i know I am not your stereotypical anything and proud to be so
lostlittlefirefly lostlittlefirefly
41-45, F
1 Response Jul 29, 2012

You know, it seems like when I was younger (a teenager), others were always<br />
coming to me for advice. I ask a girl-friend (just a friend) why, and she said it<br />
was because I listened to people and understood. I have always been that way.