It might be easy to believe that writing about oneself is simple. But for me an ‘About Me’ page which I ironically labelled myself is far more difficult than I had expected. What do I say? My name, my age (perhaps irrelevant), date of birth, where I’m from, what I do, what I’m doing and what I hope to achieve, etcetera etcetera. Where do I formally stop?
I guess, I don’t. I would say that an ‘About Me’ page will never be fully complete because I’m still growing and I’m still experiencing other people who are going to influence me and there’s still the whole world out there, waiting to be discovered. So I guess for now I’ll tell you what I know about myself at the moment.
My name is Susie. Just Susie. It’s a nickname actually, given to me when I was about 5-6 years old by my oldest friend. But I’ll go into detail on that in a post or something. Born on the 7th of June 1994 (you can work out how old I am) at the time when most people are probably having breakfast or leaving for work. I’m a British Born Chinese (BBC for short) and I’m still wondering about that.
My solar star sign is Gemini (which might explain the rapid change in thoughts I constantly suffer, although it might not be suffering as I quite enjoy it but once again it can be both quite frustrating and amusing whilst switching from one topic to the other so quickly and losing track of where I was to start of with; you see my point) and my lunar animal is the Dog (loyal and faithful to those that they love but a potentially sharp tongued worrier nevertheless).
And the final piece of information I care to reveal for now is that I live in England and I study Psychology as a undergraduate. I’m currently in my second year.
An update (which I will incorporate into the above when I can be bothered):
I love cookery, bad puns, dancing until my feet ache, paper cranes, Pokemon games, sunshine, encouraging word prints, the floating of dust in sunlight, a beautifully made bed, grass between my toes, the list goes on.
I’m passionate, more than I realise and it comes in humongous burst of energy, usually at night time where I should be using that energy to compel my studies. Alas, I only want to write it all down lest I forget. Which I often do.