so i’m in line for an event and i realize that i’m in line behind nyle dimarco, aka Garrett on Switched at Birth, one of my guilty pleasure shows. one of my coworkers was also freaking out (she knows him from next top model/DWTS), so we got up the nerve to ask for a picture, since i know “we love you” and “can we have a picture” in ASL. it goes well, he says “thank you!” and “yes!”
all is good.
later, i run into him at the event, and i manage to sign “i love Switched at Birth! it’s awesome!” he says “thank you!” again and something else in asl that i don’t know because i don’t actually know asl and then he asks what my name is.
i have miscalculated. i can’t finger spell, and only know the first letter of my name.
so nyle dimarco teaches me how to finger spell my name.
i may go die in a shame hole now, but at least i have the picture.
If you truly cared about our safety, you’d expel those guys who put the cotton balls in front of our building. The laws on this campus don’t govern everyone fairly. Black and white students are treated differently.
I understand your frustration, but their punishment had nothing to do with race.
I’m Mia. Sarcasm is my second name. (I live and breathe sarcasm😂) I
live in Alaska (yes Alaska is part of the U.S.) I’m turning 16 in 3
days. I love photography. Netflix and I are currently in a love-hate
relationship; I shamelessly love to binge watch.(Right now binging
“Switched at Birth”), I’m a volleyball player and track athlete and I
even do a little bit of lifting. I love almost any type of music. (No
offense but I hate most country music.) My love for music goes from
Twenty One Pilots to Kendrick Lamar to oldies. Really anything. I do
play a few instruments for instance I play flute, piano, little bit of
uke, and a little bit of drums. I’m looking for a pen pal because I love
learning about other people. I think it’s a fun way to have friends
around the country, states, and world. And it’s always fun telling
people “the real truth” about Alaska. (Some of the stories that I’ve
heard about “stereotypical Alaskans” are hilarious)
Preferences: 15-16 girls
Girls who 1. understand sarcasm & 2. Don’t get offended easily (because I’m so sarcastic)
Contact through social media/email
“What’s hard about the business is the fact that it’s always switching on you. It goes from fast paced to slow paced, then back to fast paced without any warning at all. There’s really no middle speed.”