UPDATE: you can read Kerri’s (from kerri&eva ) response here (:
If I went to Hogwarts I always like to think I would be in Gryffindor. They seem to have all the fun, and are rad at everything. Who am I kidding though? On a scale of one to ten in bravery, I would be negative seven hundred and five. I am so far from being brave, it’s not even funny. I seem to have a very good tear mechanism when it comes to bravery, as in, when faced with a situation where I need to be brave I start crying. Actually, hysterically sobbing is probably a better description.
I don’t mean to be well, a scaredy cat, but I just can’t help it. I’m not a fan of situations where I can get into trouble and things freak me out very easily. I’m also not a fan of being brave and just doing things. I always want someone else to do something before me or to avoid doing it all together. The unknown and being forced to confront it is a pretty scary thought for me.
It’s extremely frustrating. I don’t want to be like this, no one does, but I just can’t help it. I suppose bravery is something you’re just born with.
We can add it to sporting ability, singing talent, artistic ability, creativeness, being photogenic, prettiness and fashion sense which make up the ever growing list of ‘things I missed out on at birth’
I guess we can’t all have everything, but what does it leave me with?
frangipani princess xoxo