dress-shirt

Helloooo ☺ i was tagged by @lieshauntedmylife @poisonivybelladonna and @opeths

Thanks sooo much for this, guys 😊

So here i am, dress shirt on and everything. It’s been a while since I’ve worn it and it feels great 😎

I’ll tag: @freaky-ghost @tarinya-quinn @vadzianik @valhallstruevalkyrie @blnd–wolf @drearydaffodil @dragon-on-the-sea @william-shakespeare-jr @minhyriath @opethlia @ollis-beard @petro96 @bootyofdarkness

If you feel like it ☺

Hope everyone has a very nice day 😊😎!

Last night I competed in a competition called Queen of Queens. I was one of eight girls. I’m probably the most awkward person and least likely to do a beauty pageant. I did this to put myself out there. I had to learn a dance, which thankfully want judged, answer a question randomly selected from a bowl, and perform a talent.

My question was along the lines of “ If you could interview anybody in the world who would you pick and Why?” It was one of the questions I didn’t want and I was last to go out of all eight. I chose @markiplier because I had to think on the spot. I had joked about choosing him while looking through my list of questions, but I didn’t expect to get that question. I explained that it was because despite him being from YouTube he’s raised over a million dollars for charities of all sorts and that I admire him for that.

My answer was one of two to receive immediate applause, which I didn’t expect at all.

Next we had a talent. I planned to sing because I’m a very music oriented person, but I couldn’t get the song down so I wrote a monologue two weeks ago to perform last night. It was posted on Facebook and is currently going towards 500 views and has been compared to a girl who one to overall competition a couple years back.

It was pretty much just about how I’m different, but it’s all right to be different. I’ve come to terms with the fact I’m different. It took a long time.

When I finished it there was silence and then applause I was told. I wouldn’t know. I was so nervous that I could really only hear myself.

I didn’t win a crown or flowers, but I did what I set out to. I got on the stage and put myself out there.

I adored competing and I will always look back on the night fondly.