💗 - if you could choose, which time period would you live in? why? 📺 - describe a picture you’ve had in your head and wanted to take. 🌙 - are you more nostalgic or foward-looking? or are you neither? 🐰 - what’s one of your favourite childhood memories? ☕️ - who makes you feel warm and cozy? 🌟 - who’s a character that you relate a lot to? why?
1. Honestly I wouldn’t change the time period I live in. I don’t really know other time periods well enough to romanticize them but I love having the technology right at my fingertips to run this blog and interact with you guy everyday. I know I’m exactly where I’m supposed to be and that brings me peace.
2 . I love nothing more than dark nights with bright lights. I think of red taillights reflecting in the rain or most importantly of the lake back home with a beautiful full moon rippling and reflecting on the surface, accompanied by warm orange street lights. I’ll never have a camera nice enough to capture the calm that place gives me.
3. I guess i’d say I’m definitely not a forward thinker as I can’t even imagine events more than a week in advance, but I wouldn’t really describe myself as nostalgic either. I like to think about today and where I am and the people i’ve met and say “this is where I belong and I’m happy to be here”
4. Childhood memories hm…I think of a board game me and my brothers put together that we still play to this day. We call it the “roller coaster game” based off the roller coaster tycoon game we used to play all the time growing up, but the goal was to build the best theme park and we had all these wacky wild cards. My youngest brother convinced me and my dad to play it the other day and I couldn’t help but laugh at all the memories stored in that game box.
5.My littlest brother gives me such warm cozy vibes and I love him so much. He’s always asking me to play with him when I come home and he writes about me and the video games we play together for school. Last time I visited he cuddled with me nearly the whole time and I’ll never not laugh at the face he makes when I say something stupid.
6. Ness was actually my original face claim. I always perceived him as an undying optimist with a loyalty to be reckoned with, but at the same time, someone who was not without weakness. I struggled with homesickness growing up and into my first years of college and it was so nice to have that sweet young boy to relate to and aspire to be like.