Now that the holidays are over, I have a bit of a little story to tell you but first, go read "Me, Ellen, and The Girl I Wish I Never Liked" and "The Internal War" back to back. Go ahead, I'll wait...
I'm black, I roughly have the same shade as the two arms on the left. I'm in between. When I was growing up, my mom and dad are the same shade as me but one thing didn't sit right with me by the time I got a little older, my grandmother and my sister are lighter than the rest of us including some of my uncles so when it was time to look into my family tree for a school project, I found something intriguing. Other than the fact that my great grandfather was a WWII veteran, he was white and for years, I've always gaped if that changes things for me but my stepdad was always telling me and my siblings that we're 100% black.
One thing that I've noticed about myself when I realize that I look at a beautiful woman is her shoulders. I never actively look for her to expose her shoulders because I don't notice them until they're out but if she wanted to get my attention, she'd have to do something for me to notice them.
Alright so before I get started on this, I need to clarify something. I don't have a foot fetish but I do notice them.
Alright, let's just get this out of the way. I know I'm super late, so fellas, get off me, and ladies who do this, you guys get off me as well. Don't judge me.
In 2017, I was done with acting for a while after I did a play about Standing Rock but a year later, I had a choice to go back but I didn't do it because not only was I trying to focus more on school, I also got tired of the people I was around that was going to be in theater with me because they were always surrounded by drama and I already had enough going on in my life at the time so I didn't bother going back to acting.