There is beauty in music. When I pre-order a CD on iTunes, it’s like magic on the morning that it starts to download, when it’s officially out.
Jason Mraz just released his new live CD, Jason Mraz’s Beautiful Mess- Live on Earth. Being an admirer of his music anyways, I knew I would like this CD before even hearing it. But I’ll be honest, when I woke up this morning, I didn’t expect to fall in love. Continue reading “[Day 84] Thank you, Kelsey”→
Speech and debate pretty much consumes my life. Everything is so… empty without it. I love the people, the events, and the overall feeling that comes with it. I am a narcissist, so hearing my own voice is always nice, I am argumentative, which is helpful for debating, and I am dramatic, which is great for my second event, poetry interpretation. Continue reading “[Day 42] The Meaning of Life”→
(If you didn’t catch the allusion in the title, I’m parodying “Forgetting Sarah Marshall”) I’m not sure why I’m on such a Liam Aiken kick lately, but I have plenty of fun stories so don’t complain. One of my favorite memories from the stalking years (grades 6th-9th) has to do with his band, however. Continue reading “[Day 27] Stalking Liam Aiken”→
Romantic and social success eludes me for some reason. In turn, this has caused me to lose faith in myself for everything else in my life. I don’t trust myself to be able to hold onto a friendship or even a halfway decent appearance anymore. I’ve been lying to myself for a long time now, pretending to be something I’m not in order to slide under the radar. It’s gotten to the point where I find myself staring into the mirror, loathing what I see and what I won’t let anyone else see. This self-inflicted emotional torture has done and will do me no good. Continue reading “[Day 12] This will find a way to you if it kills me”→