Day 22- What makes you different from everyone else
It all depends on how you define "normal". I don't see myself as a mainstream girl, 'cause let's have a look at the stereotype.
All girls love pink. All girls love to party and the music that comes along with it. All girls think that they want the good guy, but go for the douche instead. All girls talks thrash behind their best friend's back. All girls are careless, unless it's about their makeup. All girls hate online gaming, or gaming overall. All girls overuse the following words: OMG, totally, LOL, awesome, like (she was like, and I was like, and we were like etc.), hate (I hate you! mostly used against parents).
If that's "normal" I'm different because I do not like pink, I'm not that big on partying or the music that comes along with it, I'm in a relationship with what "all girls" will refer to as the good guy, I do not talk thrash behind anyone's back - if I've got a problem with you, you'll know. I don't feel the urge to wear makeup every single day, and I can leave the house wearing slackerpants. I am a gamer. And I'm not overusing every random word to state that I am plain stupid. And because I appreciate the small things you don't even notice :)
When I was a little girl I used to talk in third person, I used to refer to myself as "Vickitoja" or just "Toja", which explains why I got them.
From 3rd to 9th grade everyone called me "Vicky", as it is a shortening of my name - Victoria.
After 9th grade I forced everyone to call me "Vic", cause I didn't like "Vicky" anymore.
When I changed my name to Victoria Benedicte people started calling me "Ben" because that was a shortening for my middle name.
Let's start off with plans that I have.. I'm planning to finish school within the next two years, in order to make my dreams come true.
So then we're moving on to dreams.. I dream of getting married, start a family, build a house.
Which brings me to my goal.. My goal is to raise my kids with their dad, my husband, to be great people.