I don't really have all too many things to do with my life.
I cosplay. I draw sometimes. I swim when I feel like it.
That’s about it.
Sometimes I wish I had more hobbies and things to do, but I want to find them myself.
My dad keeps trying to push me into new extracurricular activities for the sole purpose of being able to put them on a college app.
I don’t want that.
You can’t force me into these kinds of things. Hobbies are supposed to be something you can enjoy, but I guess my parents just can’t understand that. I don’t want to take up something just so I can brag about it to some college.
In fact, I’m sure I would actually have a lot more hobbies and extracurriculars if my parents would just stop pushing me. It’s because they’re being so forceful that I react by being stubborn. I rule out everything they suggest just because of the fact that they’re the ones that are pushing me into it. If they could just let me discover these things by myself I’m sure I’d be about to enjoy it.
But by doing what they’re doing right now, all they make me want to do is flop right back into bed and do nothing all day.
My room is a horrible, horrible mess. My own parents are scared to go inside because it’s so messy, which I guess is sort of a good thing at times? Somehow I can’t find my things when it’s clean though, ahaha.
I have a really old computer. Well, the monitor is all nice and spiffy, but the actual computer is a big fat box of old. It’s got Windows 7 running fine and all, but man, I can’t even remember how long I’ve had this boxy thing.
I really like being on trains. After having gotten used to the whole 45 minute commute every day, I actually started to really enjoy just being on a train and stuff.
I’ve recently fallen in love with the Touhou games. I never knew bullet hells could be this addicting.
I’m really scared of dogs. Seriously. They’re horrifying.
I’m used to spacing out for very long periods of time, since I take a 45 minute train ride to school every day and I’ll get motion sickness if I do anything but look outside the window. So I guess over time, I developed a thing where I kind of stop thinking and lose myself if I look outside windows.