I am one of three natural blondes left in the world (I'm a girl unless it was confusing, boys don't care if they're the only ones left only I do). Those three other natural blondes are my little sister Lauren (age 9) who hates me, my big sister Alyssa (age 19) who I am mad at (she said my disease was all in my head) and my mother. And me and my sisters are almost exactly 5 years apart (we are April babies) and I have a big brother named Matt (age 26) who lives in Texas and has auburn hair (we have no idea what happened). I absolutely LOVE to read and I have made each of my teachers confiscate my book at least once a semester (they didn't even think to grab the back up... IDIOTS!) and I am the only student they've done that to. Pandora has saved me. Trust me when I say that without music, I probably wouldn't be here.... I started out the school year at WHS, transferred to CALSTEM, and I am back at WHS. I transferred three weeks into the semester in the last week of February (which sucks since I have three projects in English, had a project in Bio, and have Health horribleness to deal with with all the athletic people YAY). So I have learned how to not go to sleep at five in the morning, which was for some reason the only time I could fall asleep, and I am still adjusting to actually doing school stuff.... Having multiple diseases sucks when you're in high school, especially ones that affect your ability to remember things and take away your will power so that instead of writing 17 poems for English you are watching TV with your mother, I need to try harder. I need to start some good habits this week (March 8-15) so I can 1.) Feel better, which means to actually eat and it had better be gluten free. 2.) Actually do stuff, since for first semester I have only 12.5 credits (about anyway) and I need to get straight A's so I can convince my counseled to have me work on earning back the credits I need instead of going into forced summer school (which I will only do to get ahead NOT to get caught up I absolutely REFUSE). 3.) My parents do not think I can do it so I basically need to do WODERFULIFILOUS (my way of saying go to HELL I am your daughter you need to believe in me NO MATTER WHAT). 4.) Get some medical help because I can't do this alone anymore ( what do you expect a fifteen year old to do? And having to cope with six diseases by yourself is hard enough for an adult let alone a child). 5.) Get straight A's since colleges look at the first year of high school (which means I have to do an about face and to be a general, the militaries way of saying fix your life and do UNREALISTICALLY well), wish me luck.