Hardly anyone calls me Nicole, and I enjoy that because I worry that my name is too plain and American. There is nothing wrong being American and plain-Jane, but I wish I had a grand family lineage and traditions that I could pass on to strangers and companions. I don't though. And when they ask for my race for applications, I put 'white not Hispanic' since that is the only category I fit in. Even though I am the majority in my country, I feel as the minority like i'm flour but everyone keeps confusing me as sugar. None of this should matter because skin and heritage is not what outlines or defines anyone, yet it is there under everyone's feet and in the lines of their hands. It is something unknown to me, and I just want to know. My future and present is consisting of global awareness and more importantly self-awareness on my global community. Knowledge now is my mother and father, and dynamic experience became my heritage. So, if you're curious about me, contact me! With this all in mind, let me explain to you a path I wish to partake upon. I will save up for a little while (CANNOT WASTE TIME) and then head for California. Where I will study writing, even though I slip-n-slide words and phrases and grammar and I am sorry If none of this is making sense. Anyways, next after Cali is Europe, specifically Spain and Italy. I promise myself I will travel many places but those are my plan A B C and D. Wish me luck. Hope to hear from someone far, far away from Arizona.
Global reform, the pursuit of sexual and bodily knowledge, the arts specifically writing and theater, and animals protection
Sexual knowledge can reduce pregnancies especially in younger women. And this is a quote from H.G. Wells: Civilization is a race between chaos and education. Also, technology is the source for majority of catastrophe.
Not much. I am not as great as Jay Gatsby or as brilliant as the sun and the sky but I am .01 % genetically different from every other human being on this planet, and I intend to show the world that's
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