So Freshman Year of college I slept on the top bunk cause i picked my bed last. -____-
So I didn’t know but i was sleep walking and i fell off the bunk ladder, but luckily i think i woke up in time because i thought i was falling and held onto the railing and the whole inside of my arm got bruised. Thank God it only happened once. Yup never broke any bones or anything like that. Oh wait i just remembered, when i was younger me and my sister would rollerblade and she would jump potholes in them (kinda like a mini trick) and of course i tried to do the same thing but i jumped and fell and landed on a sharp rock and butt was bleeding and my mom had to take the rock out. That hurt a lot.
I saw a one direction poster I really wanted !!!! But there were no more in the bin :((((((
The obvious answer would be my mom, but putting family aside I think the person who has affected me the most is a friend that I would consider my closest friend even though we don’t talk as much anymore. He’s always been a person that I cared about and always needing approval from. He would always tell me his feelings and emotions and I feel bad that I don’t really reciprocate in the expressing my feelings part cause sometimes I feel too embarrassed to let all of my emotions out. I guess that’s why we haven’t been talking a lot :/ I sometimes feel hollow inside and and that’s why my friendships seem hollow to me.
Hmmm it was probably the junior year of high school and I decided to come out of the closet. The first person I’ve told was my sister and the second being my mom in the same day. I just didn’t want there to be any secrets between me and my mom. So after I talked to my sister about it to gauge her reaction, I felt enough courage to tell my mom. Now that was a cry fest for me and a huge weight off my shoulders. It made me really happy that she still loved me.
The next day she told my dad, even though I told her not too -_____-. I was really scared to tell my dad cause I know in our family one of his cousin got disowned when she came out to her family. When we were eating dinner my dad said, “So you like boys?” And we all laughed and he said that he still love me and just wanted me to be safe and happy. That was probably the best day in my life.