I was so nervous. I felt my singledom slip away from me. I knew it was what I wanted and yet for some reason, it was hard to let it go.
When you are single for most of your life, you can find yourself shoved in that self-imposed box.
Are you crashing after your Candy Crush high? Getting angry at yourself for playing another round of Angry Birds? Well, meet Sayer, your new phone-based addiction.
It’s not that I don’t have the time to work on this script but rather, I have too much time. Endless days of unemployment and uncertainty. Right now, I just don’t know what to do with the story. And this lack of air coming into my lungs is making it difficult for me to think logically and comedically. I am paralyzed by the unknown.
We did it! We pulled our asses out of bed, restrained from hitting “snooze” on our alarms and made it to class.
Airplane travel isn’t easy; you’re forced to sit in a seat only a toddler would find comfortable, your knees jammed into your chest, fearing for your life that blood clots are developing in your legs due to lack of movement.
Los Angeles vs. New York is a rivalry as classic as Betty vs. Veronica, as old as the Montagues vs. the Capulets. But really, they aren’t comparable. Los Angeles is its own unique being; a place that I have grown to love.
We may be decades apart, but the lessons I learned from how my grandparents live are applicable to all of us, at any age.
Enjoy it while it lasts.
Dating is dangerous! It’s a big risk going out with a complete stranger. But sometimes, the bigger the risk, the bigger the reward.