Thirty years old, a New Years Baby, and newly married to my Beau of 11 years (or 20, depending on your angle), I am redefining who I am and what I want out of life… because I can tell you, it sure is not the majority of what I cultivated in my 20s!
With new vision and renewed inspiration, I am happily planning my future in my home state, North Carolina. Meanwhile, I realize more than ever that thinking big is my goal. The world is my oyster, Oh Captain, my Captain! The last decade has taken me on adventures and twists to find my way… heading… uh… Well, the journey is the fun part, right?
Ad hoc projects are fun. I stay fulfilled jumping in to writing, photography, videography, and marketing for a variety of contacts and missions. My interests currently have me trekking out two different documentary projects (set for release 2011). These projects, and more, will continue no matter what I do or where I go.
Professionally, however, I yearn for a new project. A company that I can call family. A mission to proudly embrace. An organization I can plant roots in and strive to build in new ways… and for years to come.
Color and boldness are what makes me me, as well as food awareness, having fun while getting/staying healthy, metallic gold hot pants, a mug of coffee, Christmas music, AIDS awareness advocacy, Faith, waking up singing, being a forever teacher, and a tendency to play Devil’s Advocate in order to find a larger picture of any situation.
I believe how you feel and the way you live is a direct choice, and the results are yours to behold. Living passively was a habit of mine – I thought life happens to you. I, however, learned to listen to God (finally) and see how Faith, Love, and purposefully living every moment and every thought cultivates what life can (and is meant to) be… and anything less is a sad second-hand version of letting other people mold you instead.
So smile with me, let’s dance, sing badly, and embrace your inner 15-year-old optimistic girl with me! Unless you are a dude, in which case, I assume you have no inner teenage girl.
Love and Punkrock,