yeah. so now that Drama is over for the year I have nothing to do. Nothing to look forward to. I can’t hang out with my “Drama friends” and on top of those terrible feelings you get when something important in your life is missing, I have a cold. Sleep deprived, sick, and generally unhappy: great combination.
I guess it’s just the price you pay. Nothing can last forever. But wouldn’t it be great if it did.
Four long months of hard work and this weekend finally arrived. The high school musical was this weekend. The weeks leading up to it were tiring, but the end result was spectacular. I was able to meet so many new people. They were all so good to me.
Drama really does change lives. It fills the soul. You know you find your purpose on this earth when it makes you happier than you’ve felt in a real long time. That’s how I feel when I step on to that stage. When the curtains open. When the lights go up. That is what I was made to do. I cannot explain the feeling of true joy that it brings to my heart.
And to the people that make that feeling last: Thank you. I thank you with all my heart. You gave me the confidence to be the best I can be in those 3 two hour performances. I will never forget any of you and how you touched my heart. And I’m only a freshman.
under-appreciated. Food. It’s a necessity. And yet, there are those that go without. Being deprived of a necessity is unthinkable. While participating in the 30 hour famine I learned the following:
1) I love food.
2) I love life.
In those 30 hours I wasn’t starving. I was hungry. You don’t really know the difference until you’re experiencing it. Knowing that in a few hours I would be devouring a feast provided by the ones who care about us. Having nothing and still being able to support a family? Unthinkable. Having everything and not supporting the people that don’t? Ignorance.
I love finding new reasons not to say “my life sucks”.