"Fade in, start the scene, Enter beautiful girl"
If you're wondering what song this column starts with, it's Self-Conclusion by The Spill Canvas. While that may sound like a weird song and a quirky band, it's kind of a bop and it 100 percent got me through some times in middle school, which arguably was an eccentric time in my life. To be brief about that, without revealing too many personal details, I was weird, but I had a blast.
The uncanny and weird parts of my life have been the best. Just like the time me and some friends went to "see" Andrew Garfield in Wilmington, during our first year.
Those memories of just "going for it" and embracing the weird things and approaches that come into my life are my absolute favorite.
Don't get me wrong, Andrew Garfield is by no means weird, but the manner in which this opportunity approached my life has a series of quirky backgrounds. For instance, the group of people that I ended up making this trip with, meeting them, specifically the girl who introduced me to the rest, was uncanny.