Lover of light
I’ve always enjoyed the places with lots of light. I just happen to love warm colors, they just make me happy. I also like bright things, whether flowers or just paintings. Each time I get a chance of going out and enjoy the sun for a couple of hours I’ll take it!
I consider myself as a very sensible person. I mean, I am a really cheesy girl. I love romance and I love romantic novels. I’m also a big fan of hand written letters, flowers and serenades. So, I cry a lot with books and movies that have soulful content.
The greatest determination
Through all my life I’ve tried to set goals and work hard to achieve them. People that know me well would say that I am a very tenacious person. I work hard for the things that I want, I’m not afraid of failure and I believe in not giving up. In fact, I’m willing to sacrifice great things today in order to have excellent things tomorrow.
I am a natural caring person. I care an awful lot about the people that I love. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not an over protective or a jealous person, but a very caring person. I don’t like to see the people I love to be hurt, so I try to protect them from any pain.
5 thoughts on “Epithets”
with regard to your epithet “Vehemently Emotional”, my sister is the exact same way! She will get so absorbed in a book, that she literally gasps, or screams when the novel gets intense. Needless to say it makes for a jumpy car ride whenever she’s reading in the back seat. For a lot of people, caring is “too hard” and they try to pretend they don’t care because they can’t face the emotional burden it is when they do. But I do not believe that people who decide to not care ever quite experience what it means to truly love either. So I think that it is very brave of you to be an endless carer!
I love the layout of your blog! I also appreciate how honest you are in this post. While some people offered more superficial epithets, you really went deep and shared who you are!
Light is wonderful, I don’t think I could live in a time without electricity, fire would not cut it for me, only LED. One of the reasons I love Christmas so much is because of all the lights.
I am such a hopeless romantic as well! I can definitely relate to that epithet.
I love how you said you’re not afraid of failure. That’s something I’ve always tried to get over. It was drilled into my head in my high school choir that we shouldn’t be afraid of failure, and I’ve gotten much better at it but I still have a way to go. And hey, I also love romantic stuff and colors. 🙂