I will keep this short and simple...
My name is Christina and I have been a swifitie for a very long time (since the begining). I first found out about Taylor when I was in middle school and now I am in college so, yeah, it's been a long time!
I can't even begin to express how much I have loved watching her grow. She's helped me through so many tough times (bullies, depression, relationships, bad friends, etc.) and I just can't help but think sometimes: where would I be right now if Taylor had not helped me through all these hardships?
Anyways, I've watched her website grow and blossom along with her career and I love that there are so many new swifities each and every day! You guys are awesome and I love that everyone can express themselves without feeling like they are constantly being judged (the beauty of the internet, am I right?)
So let's get to know me, shall we?
I am currently a freshmen at the University of Maryland Baltimore County.
I am studying to be a biopsychologist!
I love country music and Taylor Swift (since the two have since separated).
I love to draw, paint, take photos, read, and listen to Taylor Swift.
I play soccer, basketball, and I dance.
I hate not being able to go outside and do things (seriously, I have a problem with these lazy college kids!)
Deep Creek Lake is my favorite place (outdoors, I love it!)
I am an Orthodox Christian (Christian proud)
Bath and Body works never ceases to amaze me!
I love clothes and shopping. I like pastels a lot and dressing casual and nice but not overdoing it if you know what I mean.
I have an older brother, a twin brother, and a younger sister.
I have a cocker spaniel (best dogs ever!)
Glitter and babylips are my life (my dorm has glitter stickers and Taylor Swift posters everywhere)
So yeah these are some things about me. I really enjoy meeting new people so if you have any more questions about me or just want to chat feel free too!
I love you Swifties!
"She's my idol.
Don't hate on her.
I ended up going to both concerts in DC and they were amazing! The first night I had floor seats, although they were to the left. I found it hard to see although that didn't really bother me because I WAS THERE and I could hear her singing. The only thing that was upsetting that first night was part of her set breaking down. Because of this she couldn't get up over the crowd (although...