This is an Ian Somerhalder and Lady Gaga appreciation blog. Warning: they’re basically all this blog is about, so if you don’t like them, then I suggest you leave now.
I like to nap, read, and I also enjoy writing fiction. I like to laugh, and if you can make me do that, then you’re in automatically in my good books. I’m a giggly teenage girl, but I’m also very quiet and shy a lot of the time. I’m very passionate for the things I love and hate and it comes through. It may come off as over dramatic though.
I hate religion, but I do believe in a god, I just don’t practice any religion. I try to follow in Jesus’ message. He wanted us to love. He doesn’t give a shit if you dress “like a prostitute” or if you’re gay or if you don’t believe in him or if you believe in something or someone else. The basic idea is love. Acceptance and tolerance is all he wanted to spread, not a religion, but a way of life. A way of loving our neighbors and our enemies.I hope that didn’t come off as preaching, because I really don’t like religion, but I do believe in Jesus’ message. It’s been mistranslated and screwed up over the years, and many of “God’s people” are misguided and really don’t grasp the message, but what can you do?
I try not to judge, I won’t judge you for something as silly as your sexual orientation or your skin color. I won’t judge you if you are religious or if you idolize an artist I dislike, because at the end of the day, it doesn’t affect me. I consider myself to be very open. I am not a fan of hatred or the spread of it, I don’t stand for bullying, or any form of prejudice. My motto is shut up and mind your own business. As long as they are not hurting anybody, then what another person does is none of your business.
I used to be extremely insecure, but really, what teenager isn’t? I’ve learned to accept my face and my body and my personality and I’m much happier. I don’t mean to make myself sound “important” but if I come off as full of it then I apologize.