Lyra | 20 | Missouri
You can expect to see here predominantly a lot of Glee, especially Kurt/Blaine/Darren/Chris, but also Harry Potter, Hunger Games, Disney, and whatever else I find awesome or amusing. I fangirl, I overuse capslock, I'm optimistic to a fault, and I'm a hopeless romantic. Don't take anything I say too seriously; you'll just give yourself a headache.
Sometimes I reblog porn-y things. I try to keep it of the written variety, but I tag nsfw things accordingly. Also, this is NOT a spoiler-free zone when it comes to Glee, but I try to tag things "spoiler discussion" for your blacklists. Thanks for following/stopping by, and if you have anything to say or that you want to know, feel free to hit up my ask!
(And yes, the picture above is a real street sign in my town!)Klainers Klaining
Especially purple pen. I like writing with pens so much more than pencils, because pens flow more smoothly. However, when I’m taking notes in classes I prefer to use pencil because I have to be able to erase.
… And on that note, that’s all, folks! Now you have learned at least 100 facts about me.
It’s one of the things I wish I could change about myself.
I think everything happens for a reason, so if the worst does happen, I look at it as an opportunity to learn from my mistakes, or mature from the experience, or be lead to something better. I also believe the awful times in life are needed to make us really appreciate the good times.
It’s extremely annoying. Luckily taking an ibuprofen fixes it pretty quickly.
Apparently that was my training for being an actress and a drama queen (I still want a custom Born This Way shirt that says “DRAMA QUEEN”). It’s not pretty when I actually cry, though.
I even named my shadow and my reflection, but my favorite invisible friend was named Charlalabeana. :D
But I’m content to sit around scrolling the Internet, listening to music, and/or talking to my friends. I’ve been doing remarkably well at actually having a social life and doing things on the weekends this year, though.
I’m just so different from all of them. I’m pretty sure everybody feels that way at my age, though.
I’m not trying to be emo, it’s just that going from living in the same house in the same town for 18 years, to a new house that I only live in during summers and breaks has made me a little fuzzy on the concept of “home.”
A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Importance of Being Earnest, and Inherit the Wind. I can’t pick a favorite; I had a great time with each one and they all have a special place in my heart now.