Whoever said, “go with what you feel,” probably didn’t have this in mind!
“She’s gaining weight!” “Does she think she can get that role with that face?” I used to think things like this. As actors and humans, we have the tendency to want to tear each other down. Especially as women, it’s so easy to let cattiness and immaturity seep in. When you put in the elements... Continue Reading →
It’s so easy to do. You meet a guy who takes your breath away. You start picturing yourself on dates. You think about him at random times throughout the day. You wonder what he’s thinking about at that moment. You also wonder what you would be like as a serious couple; as a married couple.... Continue Reading →
Heart pounds. Pupils dilate. Muscles tense up. That moment is here. Dayton WordCamp 2016 kicks off tomorrow and this year, I am one of the speakers! I’m so honored! I took a chance when I applied to be a speaker. I love getting out of my comfort zone and speaking in front of a crowd... Continue Reading →
As we're wrapping up the first week of the new year, I'm deep in thought about all the great and wonderful things that happened in my life in 2015. It was definitely "one for the books," as they say (who are they?)! 2015 started as I was coming out of one of the hardest times... Continue Reading →
There are going to be more posts and much more fun on Heart of a Dreamer in 2016. Here's a look at 2015... The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Here's an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 650 times in... Continue Reading →
My first day back to the gym in God knows how long was today, five days before Thanksgiving. I never meant to stop working out. It just sort of happened. But so did eating junk food. I don’t even like junk food, but when I got so busy with everything and went for convenience... Continue Reading →
Dear So and So, I wanted to be the one who when you thought about the rest of your life, was there with you. You were getting married. To someone else. On my birthday.
I looked at the bird and he turned his head back and forth, looking deathly afraid.