Get to know the girl behind the screen!
Hello! My name is Giovanna. I’m a 20 year old 5’2 little Belizean girl trying to find her way in this big beautiful world. For as far as I can remember, I’ve always been a person of many interests. Over the course of my two decades on this earth I’ve dipped my toes into many activities. I start something, go on with it for a while and then I stop. It’s not because I failed or I feel like I’m no good; it’s simply because I start to feel like it’s time to move on to something else that this world has to offer. However, one thing that has always remained constant is my love for reading and writing.
I might seem timid and quiet when you first meet me, but when you get to know me I can’t shut up, especially about the things that fascinate me. Sometimes others might see me staring off into space with a blank expression on my face, but my mind is going a million miles an hour with thoughts and ideas zooming in every direction. This tends to get overwhelming and I find that I end up losing my train of thoughts.
With me always thinking about the next move I want to make, switching up my activities, growing and molding into a different version of myself everyday along with my proclivity for writing, I thought a blog would be one of the best things could dip my wandering toes into.
It’s a tiny area of the internet where I can freely express my thoughts as well as create a safe space for other people to join in on the conversations.
I have chosen the ladybird to be the logo of this blog as they are believed to bring good fortune and prosperity. Ever since I was a little girl, I have always had a liking towards ladybirds. For some reason, they were the only insect that wouldn’t freak me out and drive me crazy. Also, I remember enjoying having my family reading Ladybird storybooks to me (before I learnt how to read them myself). In primary school we had something called DEAR which means Drop Everything And Read. I distinctly remember either taking a Ladybird book with me from home or choosing a Ladybird book from the classroom bookshelf most of the times.
The next time you encounter one of these beauties, make sure you make a wish!
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