Back to Blogging: What is really going on in my life right now?

There is so much that has been happened in the last month alone – that I really want to break into the habit of blogging.

I want to do this for two reasons: to be able to look back at my posts in the future to see what kind of progress I make or how my situations change, and because my mind is constantly moving at 800mph and I feel I should transfer those thoughts onto paper.

Ideally, I’d like to do it everyday – but we will see how it goes.

Anyway – this last week has been chaos. I feel like I cut myself off from the world. Wait, no, I did considering I was not taking phone calls unless it was absolutely important, and was taking days to answer text messages [so not me].

I am literally running on about a total 30 hours of sleep in the last five nights. I don’t even know how I am awake writing this.

Why am I a walking zombie? Because something big happened to me recently. It is the most exciting news I have heard [career-wise] and it has been killing me to hold back from excitement only because I do not want to jinx it. I’ve only told my family, the people who are involved and about 10 close friends.

Regardless of what happens in the end, I learned a lot from it and God has given me another reminder that everything I have ever wanted or dreamed of, will happen sometime in the future.

I hope I can give you guys some kind of update in the next few weeks.. whether it’s good or bad.

Well, I am dozing off as I am writing this so I am going to cut it short. Like I said, I am going to try to update everyday – I have a lot of updates, and a lot on my mind so there really should never be a day where I have nothing to write about.

Oh – and I am behind on a lot of posts recapping events from the last two weeks. Some that I can think of off the top of my head: Talib Kweli, Robin Thicke, JWoww and why I think The Chicago Bears should audition for America’s Best Dance Crew!

With that being said, hope you guys check the site for updates… Goodnight!

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