Because it's quite late and I just got back from a performance, I'm going to make this brief. I've been looking at myself lately (figuratively, of course. I would never be able to literally look at myself and not shudder) and have just been kind of shocked by how much I've changed personally. If I think about it, I think it's more the fact that people just react to me differently over here then they did in Cold Lake. At my old school, I was kinda ignored. I didn't have many friends, and most of them barely put up with me.

Don't get me wrong, it's not like I'm extremely obnoxious or a bitch, but I can be annoying at times. I'd be the first to admit it. I'm exuberant in way that my most people don't understand, but then again, how many teenagers don't assume that they're not understood?

I have given a name to this peculiar quality of mine. I am an introverted extrovert. Makes sense, right?

But it seems like, instead of giving me exasperated looks of There goes Kayla again..., people here are more inclined to... appreciate this part of my personality. I'm certainly not the weirdest person I've ever met, but I'm misleading in the way that I seem shy and quiet, yet two minutes later I'm doing completely unexpected things.

My parents say I'm too serious. My friends think I'm a lunatic. Except here, my personality doesn't have any negative connotations behind it; I actually feels like I might be interesting for once, instead of just a wall flower.

My deduction: craziness suits me. And it obviously suits other people too.

~urban
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