Hi, I'm Adrian Griffin. I'm a writer of science fiction and fantasy, I enjoy acting and singing, and I'm a student. I'm normally very laid-back, but I've found that pressure has recently become a little bit more difficult to deal with, but I'm still sort of the same. I broke my hip when I was twelve, and I've had issues with balance and walking ever since. I wear a lift, but it's not really enough. I was diagnosed with Aspergers Syndrome at age three, and for a long time I've let it define me, and while it does hold some influence over my behavior still, I like to think that I'm more than just the kid with Aspergers anymore.
An idea worth spreading
What if we all lived on the road for at least a year. It sounds crazy, but pretty much everyone I've ever met who's traveled in that manner has a better understanding from it than people who just talk about it and read about it. Come to think about it, once you get down past the annoyances and the stress of travel, there's a calming, satisfying feel to travel. Granted, I'm not saying go nomadic for the rest of your life, it doesn't have to be some big commitment. All I'm saying is, the moments when you're traveling are the moments most people write books about. I know that as soon as I'm out of high school, and out of college, I'm going backpacking to wherever I can reach. I'll just need to get my license first, though, I suppose.
I'm passionate about
Music, writing, my friends, the education system, love, philosophy, politics and how to avoid them, nerd stuff, geek stuff, avoiding an existential crisis, staying optimistic, other stuff.