My name is Victoria. I’m a twenty five year old college student. I model and run a fashion blog. I live in Connecticut, where I’m dating a great guy and play kitty-mommy to two tuxedo kittens. This is my tumblr about my search for a kidney transplant and organ donation.

Although a blogger…

Please spread the word for a dear friend <3 Any little bit helps!

vickypavalopolis replied to your post “Honestly…”

O man, same. And it’s funny cuz I really wanted to be better friends with you (y’know, when we lived in the same city) And I’ve got to say that I never found you dull!

Well thanks! <3 I think I do alright conversating one on one, but when I go to meetups a lot of the girls seem to have large, vibrant personalities. Which is great and all since I think they are fab, I just tend to feel lackluster in comparison. I need to get my head out of the gutter though.

frillyandawkward replied to your post “Honestly…”

I know exactly how you feel. Shocking how this post is me 100%, especially the sarcastic bit. Some people even think I’m being rude with my “oh, wow” responses. They don’t understand my brain just can’t think of anything else on the spot.

Right?! I’m definitely intrigued, but get so caught up that I don’t know how to react when it’s my turn to speak. I’m really good at giving compliments, (which I give to try and show I pay attention to personal details) but oddly enough I think it makes me seem even more awkward. Like a kiss-ass. Or worse, that I’m just boring. I feel very dull/muffled when I get together with my local comm. I’ve only been to two-three meetups out here, and while I’ve befriended a few people on facebook I can’t say we are more than passing acquaintances. I would LIKE to be more than that, if I could open up more. I often feel like I come off as one-dimensional, even though I know I have many sides to myself I’d like to share. It’s an ongoing struggle, heh.