Friday, September 30, 2011

One Step at a Time

Hey y'all. Internet, invisible readers, ghosts [I think they read blogs.]. Welcome back or welcome for the first time. Here we go.

So things are going pretty well in my life. I got to play Mario Kart this weekend, enjoyed some thai food, and watched a few good movies with a few good people. Basically euphoria compared to these past few weeks. I can say that things have gotten better without hesitation. It also happens to be tech week for Charlie Brown, so the fact that there's anything positive to say in my life right now is remarkable! The show looks wonderful and if you don't come to see it, you're plain-and-simple not my best friend anymore.

In other news, I've been thinking a lot about my future and came to the conclusion that, in a perfect world, provided I meet someone beautiful inside and out with like-mindedness on the issue [aka dream man] I would like to start raising a family in the next five years. I can give or take a few, but that's kind of where I am right now. I've always thought the force that drives my life forward was success, but I'm starting to think that it might be simpler than that. Love. There, I said it and I'm not apologizing for it. I'm looking for love and I know that if I look in the right places and be open and honest, that it will come. Like I said in a recent facebook post: "I'm looking for someone as adorkable as I am." It stands.

So with that in mind, I'm looking for the next step in my life. To have a kind of bond with someone that doesn't fade or dissappear. To build trust and love. To get excited every time we touch, every time we communicate, and to miss them when they aren't near me. Are my standards high? Sure. But someone out there is waiting for all of the love I have to give. Maybe even closer than I think...

So with that, I guess I can say that I'm on my way to becoming a happier person, at least for the time being. It's really, really awesome. Truly.

In other news, Charlie Brown opens tonight and I'm literally too nervous for words. Excited and scared. And possibly scarred. At any rate, America's favorite beagle will be portrayed by your's truly at the Evelyn Smith Music Theatre in the school of music for the next  two weekends. It'll be fun. I hope.

Life without love is like eating a cupcake without frosting or darkness without a sunset. It just isn't the same. And all you internet haters that are jealous or angry or lost your chance or upset or [other bitter, mean things] can just kiss my butt. :D

Excited beyond belief,

1 comment:

  1. Hey if you can't find it in college - seek on the internet. I did - I listed all my requirements and flaws and found true love. Enjoy college life where you come across tons of guys face to face but don't rush it. You are young take your time to find your Mr Right. Until then look for good friends and when you aren't looking that is when the right person falls in your lap. I'm sure your parents told you their love story. Your Dad is the kind of guy that most woman dream about ones that love his significant other and all parts of them. Don't settle and find someone like your Dad. You are young, so follow your career dreams and then go for the family thing (much easier to follow your dreams young than once family comes into the picture). Your parents are the rare kind that overcame many obstacles to be successful but follow their advice and use them as role models and try to avoid the obstacles they had. Your talented so be wary of those following the limelight and want you for you. Break a leg- One of these days I will get to see you up on stage. But the pieces I have seen are wonderful. My kids agent is Dani's Agency- One of the legit agency's here in AZ you might want to check out