Make Sure To Have Miss Saigon In Your Book

When I was about a year and a half old, I was taken from the only life I knew and transplanted into an entirely different country and culture, halfway around the world. I guess you could say that’s where it started. ~~~ The first few days after meeting my adoptive parents for the first time, … Continue reading Make Sure To Have Miss Saigon In Your Book

it’s the small things

So I did this thing where I stopped writing in my blog for a good two months and then sort of promised to write more like how I used to and then proceeded to not write anything else for about a month more. Here’s the part where, at first, it seemed right to “apologize,” but … Continue reading it’s the small things

You come to New York to leave New York

Speaking too soon can either turn out to be a devastating experience, or an astonishing one. In my case, it was both. ~~~~~ Remember that thing that made me feel like an idiot for being so confident that I had it in the bag? That thing that kind of slapped me in the face? That … Continue reading You come to New York to leave New York

A letter to old souls

Introvert/Extrovert. Type A/TypeB. Sun signs/moon signs. Alpha/Beta. Myers Briggs Personality type. Etc. Etc. Etc. The ways to categorize someone and their personality go on and on. But today I want to give some love to a group that you don't quite think about when you're trying to pinpoint "personality type": Old souls. I have been … Continue reading A letter to old souls

Plans, Reality, Dreams, and Gut Feelings

“You will never be completely at home again, because part of your heart always will be elsewhere. That is the price you pay for the richness of loving and knowing people in more than one place.” -Miriam Adeney ~~~ As some of you know, I've recently finished up my contract performing with Disney Cruise Line. … Continue reading Plans, Reality, Dreams, and Gut Feelings