I don't exactly have the words to describe me. If I'm being honest, I don't always know who "me" is. I guess I'm made of bits and pieces of everyone I meet. Every character, fictional or real, that ever had an impact on me. Every friend I've ever made. Every person I've ever hated. Every soul that ever inspired me. I'm still finding "me". I don't know who I'm going to be. I know that I want to make an impact. I want to be remembered as something. I guess everyone does. Everyone wants to be something, do something, big. I want to be exceptional. I want to be one in a million. I want to be someone that little girls can look up to and say "if she made it, why can't I". I want to help everyone that needs it. But I can't help everyone. Because humans aren't perfect. And we all know that. But we can be better. I want to be better. I want to help. I want my voice to be heard, because other's voices aren't. Like I said before, I don't know who "me" is. I think I'm a different person to everyone I meet, everyone will have their own image of me. They see me through different eyes. And some people's eyes won't reach deeper than the surface. They will only see the outside, and they will judge. But some people's eyes will see through your skin. They'll see you as more than a face, but as emotions and words and personality. I can't tell you how everyone would define "me", but I can tell you how I see me. I am a fangirl. Major fangirl. I can obsess like you've never seen before. I am a fangirl of Stranger Things, Harry Potter, Hunger Games, KOTLC, Hamilton, Marvel, and so much more. I am an activist. Not some huge activist, but I do whatever I can to spread awareness. I am a proud #blacklivesmatter supporter and feminist. Some people aren't going to agree with that, and they don't have to. But it's part of who I am. I want to be an actor and an activist. But I have my whole life ahead of me. I'm still young, and I have my whole life to figure out what "me" really means.
- JoinedMay 12, 2020