To The People Who Have Always Been There For Me, Thank You For Coming Back

To The People Who Have Always Been There For Me, Thank You For Coming Back

Thank you for your unwavering support.


There aren't very many things that remain consistent throughout one's life. Things change, people come and go, and memes are only popular for a few weeks at most.

There are some people, though, who have always been by my side. Three special people who have supported me with inspirational words, who have been role models through the hardest times in my life. No matter how hard things got, I always knew I could count on them. Though the miles are far between us, I still feel just as close with them as I always have.

So, to the Jonas Brothers, thank you.

Jonas Brothers- Cool

When you said, "I am what I am and nobody else, And if you've got a problem, better take it somewhere else," I felt that.

When you said, "Next time I see you, I'm giving you a high five, 'cause hugs are overrated, just FYI," I felt that, too.

Middle school sucked, but at least I could always come home and watch "JONAS LA." I could always listen to S.O.S or watch the music video for Burnin' Up in glorious 480p.

Jonas Brothers- Burnin' Up

In high school, there was no new music from the Jonas Brothers, but I could always reminisce on all the good times. Nick released solo music and performed on Broadway, Joe did some solo music and then started a new band, and Kevin did us all proud by living his life to the fullest. (Kevin did a lot of stuff, guys. Go read his Wikipedia.)

And in college, when I needed them the most, they came back.

"The Jonas Brothers can't break up! They're brothers!"

Truer words have never been spoken.

The Jonas Brothers returned in a blaze of glory with another smash hit. They announced a documentary coming soon on Amazon Prime, and made a whole music video about how much they love their wives (and soon-to-be wife in the case of Joe and Sophie). They wrote a new version of Year 3000 about 2019, and it was equal parts hilarious and a bop.

So, thank you, Kevin, Joe, and Nick, for showing up in every season of my life. I know you're here to stay.

I'm a Sucker for you, JoBros, and that's pretty Cool.

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I Chose Theatre As A Major And Here's Why

I knew I was in love.


When I was still in high school, I had people come up to me all the time and ask/tell me "What are you going to do after high school?", "What do you plan to do in college?", and "Choose something you would love to do for the rest of your life". I felt like I was under a lot of pressure to choose something others would approve of and that would get me a good job when I left. I had a lot to think about but in the back of my head, I think I always knew what called out to me the most.

I originally came into the University of West Georgia undecided. I was going to take one theatre class and a psychology class to determine what I like better. I would only take one semester to make this decision and after the semester ended I was sure. I thoroughly enjoyed my psychology class and I've always been fascinated by it, however, the deciding factor was the first show I saw in college. The UWG Theatre Company was putting on the first show of the season, "Spring Awakening". It was a musical and I had never seen it or really heard of it before. But I was very excited about seeing what this school and company had to offer.

I still remember being in awe about "Spring Awakening" and how it was done. I enjoyed the lights, set, acting. I was sold on the idea of declaring theatre as my major and I couldn't be more happier. I've learned a lot about myself, others, and how theatre can connect us all. I am going into my last few semesters here and I have cherished all of my experiences both good and bad. While I may struggle every now and again, I would have it no other way. The atmosphere theater brings is very inviting and being around people who love what they do has a way of rubbing off on you too. Thank you UWG and thank you theatre.


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