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23 March 2005 @ 05:03 pm
 
hello.
i joined a couple days ago & this is my first post here. My name is Brytnee and i turned 19 yesterday, though i feel so much younger.
I've felt this way since i was 14, when a lot of traumatic things happened in my life, so i think all the craziness of that time made me stop growing inside. I'm so much more fascinated with dolls and fairytales and things, than i think i ever was. there is a little girl living inside me and she is very antsy... she always wants to come out, but im 19 now, i cant let her out, i have to keep up my job, be responsible, bla bla. and its all so scary. im still very behind... i still dont have my driving permit yet or anything. plus, i look about 15 or 16... no one believe me when i tell them my real age.

♥ heres some more thingies about miss Brytnee;
she dances to: tori amos, the dresden dolls, rasputina, cocteau twins
she reads: classical fairy tales, francesca lia block, poetry
she watches: girl interrupted, lolita, the virgin suicides
she likes: dollies, thrift shops, poofy skirts, fashion, flowers
she has: a very cute Blythe doll named Hanin, a stuffed animal lamb named Lambie, and a rag-cat named Agatha

♥!
 
 
 
rouge_dawn on March 24th, 2005 02:11 am (UTC)
I think people enjoy fantasies as a way of escape. We all have an inner child. Welcome.
Lisolette: tori faeriesoulstorage on March 24th, 2005 12:26 pm (UTC)
Michelle likes Dresden Dolls a lot. She/me has seen them twice. Trauma does seem to freeze us but in a way I would rather have my inner child still quite alive and active. I think I would be more boring if I didnt. I just have to protect her and help her feel safe. Welcome :)
crowfang on March 24th, 2005 03:44 pm (UTC)
Welcome to the community!
I understand what you mean about having to keep that 'little girl in and hidden', but never supress her too much ok? always be yourself <3 ;)
*hugs you and gives you a virtual lollypop before running off*
spaceblossom on March 24th, 2005 03:55 pm (UTC)
yippe!! ;;twirls;;
sparklextearssparklextears on April 3rd, 2005 08:16 am (UTC)
Hi. I just wanted to comment and say your choice of authors and movies are excellent
Clarakurara on April 11th, 2005 11:08 pm (UTC)
I can relate to everything you just wrote.. I also started feeling that way around 14 years old, even though I was never a big fan of growing up even in elementary school. I'm almost 20 now, but I feel like I'm still a little girl.