Disappearing Girl

Disappearing is a bit of a nasty habit in my world. I find my schedule gets so busy sometimes (work, school, family life, etc.) that I suddenly fall off the grid. Have you have ever had the sensation of going through your daily life and then suddenly you look up and a whole month has passed? Well, that is what happened to this girl. While I fell in love with blogging over the summer, school came around and suddenly fall semester took over my life. Quite appropriately, I have coined myself  the disappearing girl in this post So, with my deepest apologies, here is a look as to what has been going on in my world.


July 28th, Warped Tour 2014

image_7Hot, sweaty, and oh so sweet. Here is a photo of John O’Callaghan of The Maine and I before the day had begun. Warped Orlando never fails to impress.

August 14th, Trevor bring home his new puppy.


image_2Sweet, sweet Hazel. Trevor (my boyfriend) got a chocolate lab puppy, named her Hazel, and brought her into his home. She is now about three times this size and 30 times as hyper, but we love her endlessly.

September 4th/5th, We went to a Twenty One Pilots hometown show.


If you are a fan of Twenty One Pilots then one thing is certain, you know the Columbus clique does not mess around. With this in mind, Trevor and I took a trip to Columbus, Ohio and watched our favorite band tear the stage up for two nights in a row. The trip was filled with 9 hour waits in line, countless bottles of water, and the most amazing live experience I have ever had. Every second was worth it.

October 27th, Taylor Swift released 1989.

image_1psIn case you were curious as to what I have been listening to for every second of every day since it has been released. Yes, this album kicks ass so hard.

November 2nd, I had a birthday.


The day started off at a local favorite, Metro Diner, with  Trevor and my family. We ordered more food than we ever have in our lives. Before my birthday, I knew I could be expecting a huge surprise from Trevor. Little did I know how big the surprise would actually be.

image_1YEP. That’s right, New York City was the surprise. For my birthday/Christmas/two year anniversary, Trevor surprised me with a trip to New York. It has always been a dream of mine to go to NYC, especially as a writer. You can’t tell from this photo, but I cried when I pulled the snow globe from the bag.

The day didn’t finish there though…

image_2psI opened the next mystery bag to tickets to the Glamour Kills Holiday Festival. If you are going to the show, come say hello! Also, very important question for northern concert attendees: what the hell do you wear when in transit to the show even though you know you will be sweating during the show?! My Floridian self is going to be freezing but I don’t want to have to hold clothing during the show.

In addition to the show, we are also seeing Cabaret with Emma Stone and Chicago on Broadway.

November 4th, I did my civic duty and participated in voting for the first time


Last Tuesday, Gus enjoys a lazy morning snooze.




Truth be told, I’ve missing updating the Internet on the happenings of my world. Starting now, we change that. So, there was a glimpse into my life as it has been for the past few months. Now, let’s get this show on the road.