Okay. So far I've just been writing to write and that’s all fine but I need a little push with this. How would I go about finding a GLBT teen center close to me? I've been trying to look on the internet but it hasn't helped at all. I've only found results in New York and such. I found one in Hillcrest which is only in downtown SD but there was no address or number.
Then if/when I do find one I'm so scared about going. I'm really really almost painfully shy when meeting people and I am not a talker. You really have to spark my interest to get much out of me. I pretty much don't know what to do with myself in social situations. Now with writing I'm good, I can talk away over the computer or through letters and notes and think nothing of it.
While on the subject of being shy my mum found a drama class my school is offering. I really really really want to take it but being as timid as I am I have a hard time coming out of my shell and giving my heart to participating. I love acting so much and I get so frustrated that I can't just let myself out and be the crazy, un-caring, girl I am when I'm with my family and close friends.
Onto a different subject, I'm watching true life and there is a black girl on the telly who had a problem being black. It was really weird and I'm so glad I don't act like her. My grandfather was black so I am black, but you can't really tell. Actually most people can't figure out what I am so it doesn't really come up often. I don't know if that little spiel offended anyone but I want to make it clear that I wasn't bashing anyone. I don't care what color people are, people are people and that’s it.
Well I hadn't meant to write so much but there we go.
I really want to dye my hair blue and purple but the hairdresser says she doesn't want to do it because of all the stuff I've done to my hair in the past months when I couldn't see her and wanted to get rid of my black hair. =/