I have a tendency of writing when I get stressed. Spilling out all my emotion into something that no one could possibly understand. Most of the time it’s a nonsense poem seeming to be talking about one thing to most people, but meaning something entirely different to me. I’m actually very glad I found out I could do that, because before I knew poetry was actually not all that bad I would try to sing and dance to get rid of stress. As soon as I started writing I realized how stressed dancing actually made me. Up until a year ago I took five dance classes a week and I had a headache by the end of most of them. I would freak out when I saw the girls on pointe because even then I knew they would never move me up. Something about me just wasn’t pointe material. I left dance though. Another thing I recently quit was choir. A rather innocent thing to quit you would think. See I’ve been doing a choir forever and I can tell you that the one thing I’ll always remember from choir is the people. The whole atmosphere always made me uncomfortable. Sure I love singing, I’m pretty good if I do say myself, but I just didn’t like the people. I’ve gone so far from the topic of writing at this point. See what I’m trying to say is that over the past two years I really have discovered myself. I went from being a dancer and a singer two very extrovert things to being a writer and a theatre techie two more introvert things. I’m not saying I’m an introvert, I’m really not. I just don’t want as much attention to be on me. The less attention there is on me the less stressed I am and the more likely I am to succeed, then I can handle the attention.