Don Anderson II
Movies, memoirs, music lover, graduate of community college, and university
Quiet writer but I'm sure my stories from years ago are still of interest
Tips are welcomed
Max wakes up from another night of smoking and drinking, the street smells of rain and the air is cold. His head is throbbing and he's a little sensitive to the bright light of the cloudy day but none of that stops him from going to get breakfast, he takes a whiff of himself first.
In 2014, I was 20 years old and had the greatest summer of my life. Part of the reason that summer was amazing was that I was introduced to actor, singer, rapper, writer, director, producer, and DJ, Donald Glover but some of you know him better as Childish Gambino. I was moving into a new house with my family and I was driving with one of my cousins or riding with my mom and stepdad in the car, we listened to the radio and I was listening to the song, "3005" and from there, I knew I was hooked. About a year and a half later, I would go on a Childish Gambino binge before I listened to his new album at the time, "Awaken, My Love!" and my, my, my, what a versatile gifted individual this man is.
I guess I'm back to it. I write journal entries when I can't process my feelings into words when I talk to people because I suck at telling people how I feel so I'm back at writing them down and it's easier to write down since I have more time to process it all.
Jane Levy... Underrated Gorgeousness
Alright so a while ago, I started watching NBC's "Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist" and it's a phenomenal show. That's saying something since I don't like musicals, it takes the musical genre and it does what I've been wondering about it for years. What if a character can see the musical numbers but no one else can? I love it!
Everyone Is Gay At This Point....
Okay, I'm witnessing something and it's getting harder and harder for me to date. Maybe it's in my head, maybe this is really happening, I don't know at this point so bear with me, please. Now, I know what you're thinking in case you clicked on this and you started reading. You probably think I'm just another angry straight guy who has a vendetta against people that's part of the LGBT community but I'm not. I'm not angry at all.
I'm biracial, damn it
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.
Give love and attention to her shoulders
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.
I'm No Tarantino But Women's Feet Are Pretty Cute
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. I was a weird kid growing up and at some point, I got into smelling feet but I kicked it when I was about eight or nine. Then, I just got into just looking at them when I was 11 but believe it or not, I looked at my teacher's feet. They looked really good.
It Is Time...
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.