Ok guys, so many people had been asking about my blog and truth be told I’ve been bad at keeping it up! But the funny thing is, in my own privacy I actually write ALOT almost every day!! Sooo when asked today about my blog… I thought, perhaps with some censorship… That I would share what I write in my own journal/notes. Below you will see an actual entry that I wrote on the notes app of my iPhone. I write there allll the time and although some of it is very personal I do know that they are real and insightful. This entry in particular is actually a really good place to start, because it was at a time when I could feel that everything was changing, and looking back I can see that day was indeed a turning point as you will see with entries that follow. I’m a lil nervous to share but hey it’s the real me so what else can I do but be that!
June 8th, 2010 1:38pm
The airport always gives me this unidentifiable feeling of excitement and sadness. This time I sit here in Houston my “hometown”, unsure of when I will return. Next time my family won’t be here when I return. Just old friends and old memories. Here in front of Gate 29, I over hear southern tinged accents, and I know that where I’m going, these slow draws and southern dialects will be a distant sound rarely heard.
In just the past 10 days I’ve graduated from college, watch my sister cross the stage for her high school graduation at my Alma mater, see my parents pack up and move, held my old college room mate’s baby for the first time and have seen other old friend after many years…. I realized I’ve hit a new part of my life. A part that I have spent years preparing for, and although I’m a great planner who believes in following through. The truth is, I have no idea what will happen next. I want to be a famous actress with a God sent husband and two wonderful sons… Only He knows if that will come to pass. One thing I do know is that the hard work hasn’t even begun, what I want in life is not for me to work harder, but smarter and more focused! To the new life that I will meet upon my return, New York… Here’s to you!