http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yEMeoeriz78 I never went to prom, I never went on spring break, I never went to Friday night football games, and I never had the summer off for family vacations. Gymnastics is a year-round sport, and the offseason was exponentially worse than season. But man did I love it. I grew up in the … Continue reading Identity Crisis
I have slammed, locked, and bolted the door when it comes to guys who "don't know what they want." The ones who miss you, call you, then go running to another girl the second you tell them how you feel (and this other girl has no clue about you). I am not interested in the … Continue reading Yeah, I’m Different.
2015 that is. Going into 2015 I thought I'd accomplish a lot personally and professionally. Basically, it laughed in my face and said, "I'll go ahead and screw you over every chance I get." I found myself crying way more than I ever have. Growing up I was trained, literally from age 9, that crying was unacceptable. … Continue reading What A Bitch
Dear Mom and Dad, I was going to do this separately but it didn't seem appropriate. You both have always done things together so I will do this the same way. Thank you for being mine. I am proud to call you my parents and couldn't be here without you. Thank you for raising such … Continue reading A Letter To My Parents
"Did you hear what happened to David?" My heart stopped when my friend asked me that on Monday because I knew the news would be horrible. Memories came flooding back before I could even process what was next..."He passed away in a motorcycle accident." I didn't let myself feel anything. Instead I focused on remembering … Continue reading More Like David
A very wise mentor once told me, "It is about the memories. You have them to hold onto forever." Nothing in my life has rang more true. We all work to make money, sacrifice our happiness for others, and become extremely materialistic. The part we often forget during the chaos of life is that memories last … Continue reading Memories