Name's Amber; I'm 20 years old. I was part of the first graduating class in my high school. I'll be attending the University of Central Florida come spring (as a sophomore transfer student) and plan on, eventually, getting my PhD in psychology. I live just outside of Orlando- I've got an annual pass to Universal Studios, so, of course, I was at the Grand Opening of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.
More likely than not, you can find me in the RP forums as it's kind of my thing. Ha. I just enjoy writing in general and am working on a few novels of my own. (Surprise, surprise with the amount of people trying to write these days.)
I've been told too many times that I'm "weird," in what were supposed to be hurtful and condescending tones. But really, what is the basis for normality and "weird," or abnormality (not in a scientific/medical/psychological sense)? I've no shame in liking what I like or acting the way I act. You don't like it then screw you. I've got my own life to live and my own goals to reach, people who don't like me have no part of that. I'm maturer than many (especially when I was back in high school) and I've got my own opinions, so sue me.
Not that I'm anything but nice though, at least, I try to be that way. I don't think I've really ever done anything mean or spiteful though, never made fun of anyone, never gossiped, never hated. I'm just too easy-going for that. I love just chilling and being chill. I'm not a worrier in any sense of the word.