Full-Pronged Fury!

Life is meant to be a beautiful dream

Hollywood! Here I…will politely sit down and enjoy some popcorn.

So…four years ago at this time, I had a dream of becoming a multimedia superstar. Well, maybe not superstar. But I did have a strong plan to move to California and I told my family that in 2010, I would at the very least somehow be in the Kodak Theatre watching the event live.

Given that I don’t live in Cali and am not a multimedia superstar, it’s looking less and less like I will be at the Kodak and more like I will be at a Kinko’s, making copies or something along those lines.

And you know, that’s not really such a bad thing.

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New Year’s Resolutions

I have never really been a strong proponent of making New Year’s Resolutions, at least not on January 1st. It never made any sense to me to put off a fix for any length of time that you might want to make in your life. Additionally, is it not on your birthday that one’s new year truly starts, as opposed to on January 1st? That having been said, I made a couple of them anyhow…most notably to communicate with friends & family better.

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Haunted Head

Haunted Head

One of the hardest parts of leaving any relationship is the constant reminders of the person that you run into, especially when you left under bad circumstances. After a dream I had about my ex, I realized that I was thinking about her too much, so I wrote this song in an attempt to let go. By this point, I believe I have…though I do still hope that she is doing well.

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Phone test

If you are seeing this, then I have successfully updated my blog from
my phone! Such excitement!

So…what all is going on here? Well, I’ve decided that I at long last want to have a blog…and a website again. I loved designing it before, but it seemed like I just had nothing important to say. I still may not, but living in silence never seems quite right to me.

Keep an eye out, for there is far mire to come…including new song lyrics and other fun stuff too! :)

Wolfpack

Wolfpack

One can usually only hear the same story so many times before they start to wonder what is truly going on.  Before you know it, the same story that at one point makes you rush to their side becomes little more than the same boy crying “wolf” again.  Much like in Aesop’s fable, eventually no one will trust that help is truly needed.

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