Going new places, like a new church, will make me nervous, but it takes me (at max) 30 seconds to start a conversation and talk like I'm bff's with the person. Well, most of the time. There's always that odd relationship that you kind of hide from; that person you skirt around to avoid awkward conversation. I am really bubbly, random, and crazy, so it's usually not difficult for me to jump in to a situation/conversation. Except awkward ones. I can't stand those. Just sitting there, in silence or having small talk, isn't enough for me. I want to be laughing and babbling and having a good time...all the time!
Wow, please stop me next time I decide to go on a totally off-subject rant.
Anyway...What am I afraid of? Well, below is a complex, weirdly reasoned list of the first five to pop into my head.
(Note: These are not greatest to least or least to greatest - it's just a list)
My Five Fears
1. Falling to my death. I'm not afraid of heights in general, but if it doesn't seem safe to me, then I get nervous.
2. Being alone forever. Now, believe me, I like my alone time as much as the next person. I just have this fear of having no-one/losing everyone.
3. Icky, crawly bugs. In my bed, or in my closet - laying nests of more icky, crawly bugs.
4. Being blind. I don't know...I think I'd get used to this one...maybe, but I still have this irrational fear of my vision slowly fading away like Mary Ingalls... (sorry, no gif for this one)
And last, but certainly not least:
5.Statues. Thank you, Doctor Who. Or should I say, Moffat.
(Sorry to any Whovians out there, I just couldn't resist this gif)
There you have it: my top five fears. Honestly, I can't really think of any more things that I'd actually consider "fears"...More like figments of my paranoid imagination...