I figured it was time to tell you guys a little bit about myself. Some people might know, and some might not. Most people either view me as 1. The girl who is always dancing. 2. The goofball. Or 3. The girl who is super competitive.
While all these are true, there is so much more to me.
I’m a lover of the south, small towns, sports, and Jesus Christ!
I like to believe there’s good in everyone. I forgive way too easily and I’m as naïve as they come, but at the end of the day, I like to believe every person has good within.
I can be found dancing in the kitchen cooking dinner on the reg. Whether I’m sad, happy, nervous, or excited, you’ll find me dancing.
I’m a fan of real. When I say real, I mean all things real, the good, bad and ugly. Be you, never someone you’re not. I like to think when you meet me, it’s what you see is what you get.
My mistakes are my fave. I know that’s a bizarre thing to say, but it’s true. Yes, of course when they happen I’m freaking out and hating myself for it. But that mistake most likely taught me something and helped me grow into becoming a better person.
If Beyoncé and Eric Church had a baby, I’d be that baby! Sometimes I channel my inner Sasha Fierce and pretend to be Beyoncé’s background dancer. Then the next second I’m wishing I was in Nashville singing every Eric Church song. Not sure how those two cross but I’m a fan of both.
I’m a firm believer in everything happens for a reason. There are times I question why… a lot, but I know God’s in control and his plans are far bigger than my understanding. Sometimes rejection is God’s protection!
I’m a fan of adventure. I love last minute road trips or car jam sessions. I love the rush of having to make a last-minute decision.
I’m a believer in a great love and a good heartbreak. If you found Mr. prince charming on day 1 then that’s amazing. But, I like to think you don’t really know what kind of love you’re looking for until you have been with the wrong ones. You learn what kind of love you deserve and how to appreciate it when you do have it.
I’m a fan of good friends and late nights. If you and your friends get together and you don’t feel like your 12 again, then are they really your friends? I mean dance sessions, followed by the weekly gossip, topped off with late night pizza calls, am I right or am I right?
Being confident in who you are and standing up for what you believe in can go a long way. Don’t change your opinion to please others. Even if I know you’re right, I will argue just to try and prove my point. Doesn’t mean you’re wrong, it means you know your beliefs and a difference of opinion is okay.
Lastly, I’m a fan of being on your own for a time. Seeing and feeling different emotions all on your own is very important. The feeling of depending on your self for pure happiness is something everyone should experience. You have to find happiness from within. No person, place, item, or job can fill that happiness, only you and Jesus. 😉