To be a part of something is new to me. 99% of the time it's me, just me, only me. I've been asked to be part of a group of maybe 20 people who are all very different and unique in our own ways. Through this team/group I have already connected and found people I would never of thought to follow or pay any mind to. One female in particular is a MUA, which clearly makeup is not my friend, but behind her makeup and tutorials there are deep and loving posts. I spent a good portion of my lunch today watching her videos nearly got lost in them. In the best way possible. Covering topics like bullying, being the odd man out, feeling like we have nothing left to give, love and respect. It's connections like these that make me realize it's OK to be a part of something different.