Monday, April 25, 2011

Always Satisfied

A root of an equation is a number which substituted into the equation instead of an unknown converts the equation into an identity. The root is said to satisfy the equation. Solving an equation implies finding all of its roots. An equation that is always satisfied, no matter the choice of values for its unknowns, is called an identity.





That's all I have to say about everything right now. Everything. Let's just all do each other a favor and be real in friendships, relationships, and jobs . . . yeah? You down? Ok cool. I'm on board. Unfortunately I don't think the rest of Brooklyn is. Whateves. I'm off to explore New Orleans in two days. Beyond excited to go.

And what would happen if I just stayed?

. . .

Monday, April 4, 2011


Having to leave someone you love who has an addiction is one of the hardest things I've ever been through. Without going through too many details here of the past 9 months of my life . . . let's just say I'm filled with fillings or guilt mixed with false hope. I always thought that people who left loved ones in the midst of an addiction was horribly mean and selfish. But now I understand. Now I get that sometimes you have to save the only person you can. Yourself. Because otherwise you'll be dragged right down with them. Anyway, I know most of you have no clue what I'm talking about but I just needed to write it out. . . woooo . . . breathe . . .

In other news, I've been acting and dancing a lot lately. My cabaret troupe is really taking off and I'm proud and thankful to be a part of it. Last night I shot a Victoria's Secret spec commercial which was fun. Although to be honest I've been finding all these acting roles a bit boring lately. I need something good and juicy. Ha, what I really need is a script that can hold the kind of intensity of my actual life.

I'm not sure at what point my real life became more intense and insane than my acting life. But I would like to work on switching that back for awhile.