Who I Am

I am Rosemary’s granddaughter

The spitting image of my father,

And when the day is done,

My mama’s still my biggest fan

Sometimes, I’m clueless and I’m clumsy,

But I’ve got friends that love me,

And they know just where I stand

It’s all a part of me,

That’s who I am.

The song you read above is the chorus from the hit, “Who I Am” by Jessica Andrews.
It pretty much sums me up–well, except for the fact that my grandmother’s name is not Rosemary. Who am I? That’s something a lot of people my age are trying to figure out, as am I. What I
do know about my self is that I am a high school student, a bibliophile, a future writer
with aspirations to one day be published, a blogger, a literary snob, an
anglophile, a cinephile for British miniseries, and a huge country music fan. In other words: I’m crazy. I’m “diagnosed” with mental obsessive literary disorder (MOLD).

In addition to this blog, I have a personal journal blog, Blog of a Thousand Days, which you can check out by clicking the link.

There will be a page coming up soon where I’ll list a whole bunch of my favorite stuff. Stay tuned! šŸ˜€


3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. alixicon  |  July 3, 2008 at 1:40 am

    i guess you mostly play acoustic then… but still check out this butterfly electric guitar… http://alixicon.wordpress.com/2008/07/02/guitar-for-girls/

  • 2. Kristi  |  February 6, 2009 at 3:39 pm

    I think I am MOLDY, too! šŸ™‚

  • 3. Melissa Walker  |  November 25, 2009 at 10:01 pm

    i forgot about this song but i used to LOVE it and think it described me too! also: your “what i do know about myself” sentence describes me too (but i’m out of high school now, at least in reality if not in my mind…).


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