I’m just a girl with a dream…of TOTAL WORLD DOMINATION. Or at least of Major League Baseball. While I’m not planning my deliciously successful coup, I spend my days with my family, friends, and most importantly, my very loving boyfriend. I try my best to be an upstanding Christian, but I’m not perfect. There’s nothing better than spending a day at the beach or in the bleachers with a hot dog in one hand, a soda in the other and watching the baseball in front of me. Except when I’m spending the day with the boyfriend.
Unless, of course, I’m spending the day with the boyfriend while in the bleachers with a hot dog in one hand, a soda in the other and watching the baseball in front of me. That day would be perfect.
I’m a middle child and if that doesn’t explain much then I don’t know what else can. I am proud to be Hapa and I embrace both sides of my racial heritage with much gusto. I was even president of Mixed Initative, a student group in college [much to the surprise of myself]. I am a bit of a goof ball and a total romantic. I love sports [sometimes too much for the bf to take] and food and napping and writing and reading and just generally having fun. I watch entirely too much television and my attention span is something to be desired [I’m not allowed to watch TV while talking on the phone with friends]. Sometimes I take the time to think about what I’m going to say, but usually I don’t which makes me very unapologetically blunt. Though, I have learned that if you say things with the right amount of humor, you can say whatever you want.
I’m determined to become fluent in Korean and learn how to drive a manual transmission because you can’t have an automatic in a sports car. It’s just wrong. I want to travel and live life to the fullest and do all those other cliche type things most people my age dream to do before they’re done living. In fact, I have a list. But what I want the most is to never lose that childlike wonder and imagination I so joyously excercised growing up.
If you are to learn two things about me the first is that mixed kids definitely have more fun and the second is to not look at my randomness as a sign of my intelligence but simply for the humor it possesses.