I've always been the girl who reads as much as she can, every spare second of the day. I'm the one during homeroom sitting quietly with my nose stuck in the next good book I pick up rather than force conversation with people I'm not close with. these books have always been the more modern books.. Harry Potter, Twilight, Flowers in the Attic.. etc, etc. Reading twilight and having the constant reference to the classics made me go out and buy as many as I could find. I'm starting with Wuthering Heights (as i'm sure you all know why) and from there I'm going to make my way down my veryyyyyyy long list before i'm shipped off to college in the fall.
Also, Stephanie Meyer made the things that made people "uncool" -for a lack of a better word, seem more natural. being as pale as any human (although I'm convinced I'm a vampire) can get, I tend to stand out from the unnaturally orange faces around me. I'm constantly telling my friends that I'm pale because I am a vampire. She's given me a reason to joke about rather than just feel awkward.
Lastly, I've never been more determined to be who I am. Clearly, everyone has flaws but reading these books made me realize that these flaws that we all have is what really sets us apart. I am gracefully, unobservant making me clumsy at times. I tend to fall into the background during groups but when I have something to say people listen because usually it's important and insightful. I can recognize my flaws such as shyness or clumsiness and know that by embracing these and spinning them to be a step up from everyone else makes me a happier person. I'm much more comfortable being who i am due to this spectacular series.
A simpler place,
where love was defined in simpler ways.
One plue one equals two.."
Team Edward -- Dazzling since 1918