I am Khrystal Angela G. Ramirez, sixteen years of age. What I’ll be saying about myself might be short compared to others, but I like to do it that way because I believe simplest things are the truest things.
These are the things I and people knew: I am short tempered and up until now it takes a huge amount of my effort to control it. For everyone who had kept along enough with me knows that. I am not at all good with conversations. Either I don’t know what to say or I have something to say but I don’t know how to. I am talkative when around the people I am comfortable to talk with. I am lazy, sloth – like lazy but if I was triggered by something I am zealous and willing to do – I am a darn perfectionist.
These are the things I knew and people never knew about me (unless they are keen observers): I hate neglection and unappreciation, especially if I worked on something too hard and they could’ve said thanks right? But no, they just put it somewhere until it dusts and rots. I am a rude speaker. Why? Because I like to keep things straight to the point. What’s the point of sugarcoating eh? My tongue could be sharp enough to impale anyone, so be warned. I am judgmental. It’s not that noticeable since if I saw something displeasing, I bottled it all because I might say something sharp and I’ll just regret it. I am an optimist. I see the brighter side of darkest things. I have sharp and speculating eyes for possibilities. I love the feeling of being part or making someone especially those I cherish most, laugh or smile. What makes them happy makes me happy too. And I find happiness in the simplest of things. I love watching and observing how things and those surrounding me act around. Life is variation of stories and watching them altogether, it stirred something inside – something beautiful and unique. So whenever I doze off, remember what my reason is.
Again I am Khrystal Angela G. Ramirez, sixteen years of age and what I have said about myself might be short compared to others, but I like to do it that way because I believe simplest things are the truest things.