sweater & scarf- Gap
tights & boots- too long ago to remember
If you know me in real life, you know that I am a pretty awkward and borderline anti-social person. It's not that I don't enjoy talking to people (sometimes...), but I have yet to master the art of group conversation. How do people learn that skill? Is it something you're just born with, or is there some class I missed out on in 3rd grade where you learned how to talk to more than one person at a time? How do you know when to come in on a conversation? Not too early so it doesn't seem like you're interrupting, but not too late to where your comment is still relevant. So stressful!
To most people, I am "the quiet one" or "Silent Sarah" or something else like that. Until I was about 12, I was very, extremely, hugely in my shell. I have always been an observer. A notice-r, if you will. I would rather watch and listen than actually participate. Sometimes I wonder if that will make me miss out on the things I watch and don't participate in. But I do things at my own pace and no one can make me do them any faster. People have tried and failed, which makes me laugh a little, because they won't learn that I can't be pushed. I won't budge.
PS: I'm sorry about the balcony pictures, but it was just too cold to walk downstairs, past 2 buildings, and near a field. I prefer to feel my fingers!