Tagged: india

Carpe Diem means ‘seize the day’

Some opportunities come around once in a lifetime, and I’m starting to learn that jumping half-blind into something has the potential to end quite well.  Continue reading

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I blinked, and it was over.

Last night, I finished the fourth (and last) large-scale production of this summer.

About two weeks prior to the first performance, the idea of being on a stage where tons of people could actually see me was… well, horrifying. At that time, I had absolutely no idea how I was going to get through four performances, all of them in front of big crowds.  Continue reading

Once Upon a Time: Mumbai, India

On one of the days during my stay in India, some of my family and I rented a car that seated eight people and took a drive through the city of Mumbai. It was a completely spontaneous thing, literally having been planned the night before at around ten o’clock. Well, not even planned; the idea was simply thrown out onto the table for consideration.

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This Week’s Episode: Brushing off the dust

When You Spend 24 Hours On A Bus In India

… you might start to go a little bit crazy.

This may be happening due to a multitude of factors: maybe it’s the lack of space availability, maybe it’s the minimal bathroom breaks, perhaps it’s the fact that the bus horn is actually a jingle (and it keeps going off every thirty seconds because, after all, these are India roads).  Continue reading

Plane Rides + New Places

If I travel by plane, I always hope for the window seat. I love the view over the clouds.

In about two weeks, I will be getting my travel on.

My family and I are going to be flying out to India for a multitude of reasons- one, we haven’t been there since I was seven (that’s like, half my life ago), and two, I’m going to be taking part in a bunch of music shows!

But regardless of what the cause of the trip is, I’m gonna have to go on a plane.

I don’t like planes.

Actually, wait, I take that back; I have a love-hate relationship with planes.

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