twenty ◦ yale junior ◦ drama major ◦ taken
dreaming of paradise.
active since may 29th. 2012
Well, I’m not saying no to the YouTube channel, but don’t give up on school or anything (wow, this coming from someone who really wanted to give up on school). Don’t let self-doubt stop you. You can be your own worst enemy like that. I get it that it’s hard to find things that are local but I guess make the best of what there is. Also, this just occurred to me, but I’m a bit impatient so you probably shouldn’t listen to me when I say things like don’t wait and do as much as you can all at once because it will probably just stress you out more than anything if you’re a normal human being who would suffer from over-exertion. (I promise I mean well, I just don’t always think things through and someone pointed this out to me earlier.) But definitely try out those auditions if they sound like things you’d like to work on.
Oh, I’m definitely finishing school - there’s no doubt about that. I have too many things I want to achieve that are dependent on me graduating so there’s no way I’m giving up on that. I’m just going to find a way to manage it all so I can do whatever possible to help me when I do finally finish. I know what I’m like when I get stressed so I’m trying my best not to completely overwork myself. Right now my focus is on school more than anything, but I figured if I have time for little projects then I might as well audition for them.
Cheesy, but I’m particularly fond of Puck’s cologne. Especially whenever I’m in bed before he’s home and the sheets smell like it.
Yeah, it definitely was. We got lucky and somehow nowhere we went ended up being all that crowded, which was pretty surprising.
That actually sounds amazing. I’d love to be able to explore without interruption, but maybe it will actually be possible. I want to see every inch of New Haven that I can eventually.
I heard it on the radio when I was leaving school Friday morning, but that Anaconda song by Nicki Minaj. The chorus is far too catchy and I really need to turn it off when it starts playing.
I can fit my fist in my mouth? I’m not really sure if it’s considered a talent, but I know it’s not something a lot of people can do.
I guess I sort of do. There was a small part of me that considered going out for the cheer squad at Yale, but I knew it wouldn’t be the same. I’d rather be on a competing team than just standing on the sidelines cheering people on. Plus there’s nothing like a Coach Sylvester work out.
I guess they feel more free to be who they want, or that’s what I’m told. I still don’t really get it either. It’ll still be really cool to get to hang out in your apartment. Do you think you’ll always live in New Haven even after you graduate or are you heading to Hollywood?
That’s a logical reason, I guess. I’m not too sure they think it through since it’s probably not likely that the person is going to end up liking them after they spent all that time lying. Probably no, but I guess it depends on what kind of roles I can get. Hollywood seems a little more likely, even though it’s probably dreaming big.