“Aurora” is dedicated to those who lost their lives and were affected by the tragedy in Aurora, Colorado. I recorded this song in London in the days following the tragedy as a heartfelt tribute to the victims and their families. 100% of the proceeds will be donated to Aurora Victim Relief organization. The track is available on iTunes and you can download and donate here.
I miss strolling through the parks after work to wind up either beneath the fireworks in Magic Kingdom or at Fantasmic in Hollywood Studios.
I CAN’T WAIT TO EAT AT EARL OF SANDWICH IN DOWNTOWN DISNEY.
I’m going to cry when I go to Disney in September with my family.
I’m actually going to bawl my freaking eyes out and I won’t even feel ashamed. Not one bit. Because that place is home to me.
Well, one of them. Or, rather, it was my home, and I learned and grew from so much there.
I can’t wait to cry tears of joy to be back.
I can’t wait to smell the candy and popcorn immediately upon entering through the gates onto Main Street.
Most importantly, I can’t wait to be happy naturally no matter what because that’s what that place does to me. I never got sick of Disney in the 6 months I was there because it was actually some sort of “magic” that changed my spirits and perspective.
Writers are forgetful, but they remember everything. They forget appointments and anniversaries, but remember what you wore, how you smelled, on your first date… They remember every story you’ve ever told them - like ever, but forget what you’ve just said. They don’t remember to water the plants or take out the trash, but they don’t forget how to make you laugh. . Writers are forgetful because they’re busy remembering the important things.
“It’s not that I can’t fall in love. It’s really that I can’t help falling in love with too many things all at once So, you must understand why I can’t distinguish between what’s platonic and what isn’t, because it’s all too much and not enough at the same time.”—Jack Kerouac (via nirvikalpa)
I like the idea of going to a school where I know just about 3 people in the entire 2000 student population.
Because the likelihood of me having a class with any of them is pretty slim, but regardless- just 3 people. I’ve been living my life seeing the same people most of my life for the past 14 years in the same place. Half of my graduating class (yeah, that may be an exaggeration) went to the same college after high school and I couldn’t walk 20 feet without seeing someone I knew/ didn’t care to see.
I’m excited to feel free. free from my past, I guess. Not that I regret things I’ve done, but it’s comforting to know that people won’t have some sort of pre conceived idea of me based on something I did 6 years ago, or even last year.
I guess I’m excited to make some friends I never would have met if I hadn’t made this decision to go back to school to learn how to help people through what I love doing the most.
Also. I had such a lovely day with my family, and good friend today. So lovely. So wonderful. So grateful. So blessed.
I love my life.
I hope you’re all enjoying life, and if you’re not, I hope life treats you better as soon as possible. =) <33