Yet another person I don’t regret getting to know through their RPC. You’ve taught me a lot, whether directly or indirectly and following you there and here is enriching. I enjoy it, and I enjoy you. I don’t perceive you as aggressive or as hostile as people make you out to be—I think you have a particular way to carry yourself, that makes it clear you’re talking seriously yet in such a way that saves you from maintaining unnecessary tension.
And I think it makes you approachable. And when approached, you’re a hilarious, intelligent and very amicable person. You’re proof that you can be cool and funny whilst being self-aware at the same time, and I look up to that.
Your writing is also stellar, and I look forward to someday, write with you.
PEN! And I recognizing the existence of a pen nearby or and I calling you? The world may never now.
I love following you. You reblog a variety of things, from funny to interesting to artistic. You’re another one of those I wanna write with someday, when I stop being trash, maybe. Maybe then if we’re both free. I would love to. I think you’re a very nice and friendly person and I value that.
Another thing to point out is that I love fuckyeahcharacterdevelopment and it was one of the three main inspirations for RFW. So basically you inspired me. I’m grateful for that.
I don’t consider it selfish in the slightest. I consider it timely.
Maddie, I unfollowed around eighty percent of the people I used to follow. Now, my criteria for that was whether I talked to them and whether their blog was relevant to my (switch of) interests. You fell into both slots. Maybe we didn’t talk as much, but when we did it was always pleasant. You were, back then, considered a voice of reason for a big group of people and I see why.
I’d never unfollow you (unless, of course, you changed blogs). Not because I talk to you often, which I don’t, but because I’ve seen you grow and succeed and fail and I enjoy the ability this dumb social networking site has, that gives me such an opportunity. I like how you care about people, how you’re thoughtful and how you’re concerned, because that’s very much a good quality. You’re funny, kind, and smart. You are able to spot beauty in things and point it out. You are creative and artistic and, when you speak, people listen. And if they don’t or haven’t yet, they should get around to do it. They should, for they’d be dumb not to.