Category Archives: emotions

Video Votes

I am officially in the running for Telluride TV’s First Annual Video Awards Ceremony. Now all I need are some votes. I’m going to be posting quite a bit to try to rack up the points. Not only is this my first video competition, it’s also a possibility that I’ll use this shirt film for my college submission.

Get onto Facebook and get voting! I know you want to. Follow this link: and like Telluride Inside and Out’s page I be able to view the videos.

Mine is called The Other 50%. Get cracking and know that if you vote for my film and you could win fabulous prizes worth more than $600!

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Torn Away

(written @ 4 on June 28)

There are so few books out there that make me feel. Make me feel everything the main character does like I was right there. Make me feel the anger and passion and love and fear and excitement and sadness. I’ve only read about 10 books that force me to read through the night without a second thought.

That’s why I’m thrilled beyond belief when I can find a book that can make feel these things.

Let me give you an idea to how HARD of a reader I am when I stumble across a book like this. I started this particular book last night around 9, stayed up until 2 in the morning, picked it up again at 10 and finished it at 3 in the afternoon. During that whole time, I never drank or ate anything. I only paused because I promised myself a shower and to do one homework assignment. Then I went straight back to it until I finished.

Let me tell you, my heart is still pounding.

I love getting into a book so much that nothing can distract you. Then afterwords (and this can last for days), I don’t feel like doing much except reading it all over again. I have to either find a book with just as much quality or start some sort of craft project to take my mind off of it.

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Saying Goodbye

It’s really hard for me to say goodbye. Not physically, but mentally. I just miss people and memories too much.

I never really want to leave The Springs and the people in it, but at the same time I know I have to and I’ll be back. But it’s hard only being able to see your sisters and cousins (who you’ve grown up with) once every two months or so. I know that time might get dragged out even longer when I move for college, but I can’t even think about that. We’ve always been so close. We used to do everything together and spend almost every summer day all together.

I hate growing up.

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Today fucking sucks. Sorry that you had to hear my life isn’t full of gum drops and rainbows. Sometimes days just suck. Those are the days when you plan something because someone in my family always ruins it.

We planned to go to Walmart and gets some bathing suits then head over to my sister’s apartment to try out her swimming pool. And my other sister is being a dick for the last few days, telling me how much she wished I was gone or dead. So we get there and won’t shut up and keeps saying these mean things and so my day was ruined. Now I feel like shit. I don’t feel like eating. I don’t feel like going outside. I don’t feel like anything.

You may say I’m being too dramatic but I’ve been dealing with this my whole life and I’m sick and tired of pretending it’s fine. That I’m fine. I’m pissed and I don’t care if people think it’s wrong.

The end is finally in sight. I’ll be away at college next year! I won’t have to deal with her any more this summer. And then I’m gone. I’m so stoked.

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Internet. Bam!

Okay, so I’ve had the frustrating experience of having my internet go out again and it’s finally back on. It feel so good to be able to actually do things now. It’s like a weights been lifted off my chest (I know, dramatic). You’ll be seeing a lot more of me, but right now I’m busy enjoying the rest of my internet. See ya!

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