Superheroes, we all know them, we all love them. Some are pure good (Captain America), some are more of a chaotic good (Deadpool), but no matter what shape they come in we all have a superhero we favor. My favorite has always been Iron Man. He was the first superhero movie I ever saw, I […]Read more "Superheroes"
If you follow me on any social media, you know that I recently went to go see Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, the play that picks up where the epilogue leaves off, and focuses on Harry’s second child, Albus Potter. Now, this play was not written by J.K Rowling, however she did work on […]Read more "The Ultimate Redemption"
I’ve officially been in London for two weeks, and it’s definitely different than the last time I was here. But I expected that…I think. If you’ve heard me talk about the London program, you know that I have so much love for everyone in the program. They became family. Coming back I think I expected […]Read more "The Difference Between Being Alone and Being Lonely"
I’ve always been a fairly anxious person. When boarding flights, I have to stand in front of the boarding line 15 minutes before the plane boards just in case it boards early. Halfway through a flight, I have to stand up and make sure my bag is still in the overhead compartment. With the […]Read more "How Going to Disneyland Alone Helped My Anxiety."
So, with this whole “blog” thing, I decided to take it one more step and continue on to the YouTube track as well. This past Wednesday I went to Disneyland with the one and only Zandria Theis to see if I could pull off this vlog thing. THINGS I LEARNED: Do not, I repeat, DO NOT […]Read more "Taking a Risk"
“Time to take you on a magical journey, of my magical journey.”Read more "When Will My Life Begin?"
As I will officially be making my exit from London on Monday, not knowing when exactly I’ll return (however I said that last time didn’t I), I decided to share why this city is so close to my heart. Taking a page out of Evan Hansen’s book, I decided to mirror my days in London […]Read more "Dear London,"
Music can make or break anything. A dramatic movie scene, a video game, a first dance, everything will always come back to the music. A lot of times we only see music for the lyrics or how the music makes us feel, and in doing so, we overlook the composers who make these amazing music […]Read more "Max Lombardo: The Musical Storyteller"