Wednesday, September 29, 2010

OUT: Myspace and Facebook. IN: Twitter!


Social networking websites go through the weirdest phases.  First it was Myspace, then it was Facebook, and just recently, I have discovered Twitter.  I still only have 9 followers, but I feel like I am slowly working my way up there in the Twitter world.  It's odd, isn't it?  You can get so addicted to those websites; it is like suddenly your friends all live inside of a computer.  It's a way to connect with people far away.  Personally, I think someone should just create a website called:, which can be used as a universal social networking website.  Then, we don't have to have 2 or 3 profiles on different websites!  Twitter is obviously not the same as Myspace or Facebook though.  It is pretty just post updates as to what you are doing at the moment.  Because I'm a writer, I kind of like that idea.  It's nice to come up with witty, little statuses a few times a day!  I love to be funny and incorporate my sense of humor into it too.  With that said, maybe I will share some of my statuses with you soon!  Would you like that?  Let me know what you would like me to blog about.  I would love for you to share your suggestions with me anytime!

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Overwhelming Sensations...

She falls into a deep sleep for a few moments,

but then...she wakes up.

Water splashes her face - it's so cold! is colder than ice in Alaska,

but surprisingly feels very refreshing.

What is this overwhelming sensation?

Smell.  See.  Hear.  Taste.  FEEL!

It's all coming to her at once now - these overwhelming sensations.

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Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Where's the Reward?

You know that horrible feeling of trying and trying, but never being quite good enough?  It is that feeling of working so hard for something, that the reward is almost tangible.  The reward may be tangible, but it is not yet within your reach.  You think you can grab it, and you try!  Oh!  You try so hard to grab it, and to hold on to it  with all of your might. 

Then, like a balloon floating up into the sky, the opportunity you have been waiting on for so long, is gone.  You wonder what you did wrong, but it's not about what you did wrong.  You may feel that way, but it's not.  It is about what all of the other people did right.  It is who they knew, or their social status, or maybe, just maybe, even their talent.

Unfortunately, not enough things in life are based on talent anymore.  Take that as a life lesson, kids, and be ready for it.  No matter how hard you try to convince yourself it doesn't happen, it always does. 

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Monday, September 13, 2010

First, Last, Love.

I just love you,

and I do not plan on stopping.

First love usually isn't last love,

but I hope in our case it is.

Wednesday, September 8, 2010


Without the theatre, I would die.
My whole life would be a lie
...or is it already?
I pretend to be people I'm not;

I act evil and mean, or old and distraught.
I act whatever I ought, because that is who I am
...or am I not?
I am just an oxymoron.

Monday, September 6, 2010


Tomorrow evening is my first college audition!  Well, actually it's not, but it's my first college audition in which I am an actual full time student.  I am thrilled!  The play is "The Three Musketeers".  It should be very fun - I've already met plenty of great theatre friends who are also going to be auditioning for the fall play. 

Most people hate auditions.  I tend to LOVE them!  Why you ask?  I don't really know what in particular tickles my fancy about them.  Why do you dislike them?

I guess I like that every time you audition, it's like a fresh start.  No matter how many previous performances you have taken part in, you always have a fresh start at auditions.  Whether it is your first play, or your thousandth play, everyone auditioning is basically on the same page.

I think pretty much everyone knows I love theatre and acting, and now you know I love auditioning!  =)  I am already on a high thinking about tomorrow.  So...wish me luck!  :D

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