Intern Musings and Dreams of the Stage

Good morning, lovely readers!

My very own desk!

My very own desk!

I know I haven’t written about my internship, so let me catch you up. I started my web internship at Parenting.com about two weeks ago and I absolutely love it there! On my first day, I met my fellow interns and they are such wonderful people. As my roommate always says, “Intern bonding is the best.” She is so right. I met one of my very best friends at my last internship and I look forward to getting to know  the Parenting interns in the upcoming weeks. Besides getting to work with awesome people, I actually enjoy the work. It’s so gratifying to write a blog post and then see it live on the web by the end of the day. I then get to share the link with my mom the entire cyber universe.

There’s a saying that goes something like this: If you love what you do, you’ll  never work a day in your life.” I think I finally found what I want to do. I could definitely see myself living in an apartment in NYC and writing for the website of a magazine. Doesn’t is sound glamorous? Then, after working in New York for a couple of years, I can transfer to the U.K. office and live in London… sigh.

"Wouldn't it be loverly?"

“Wouldn’t it be loverly?”

That being said, there is something that is missing from my life. In case the video and photo weren’t enough of a hint, I’ll tell you what it is: Theatre. I miss it terribly. I miss the adrenaline rush that I get before I walk out onto the stage. I miss the thrill that comes from making a crowd full of people laugh, or cry, or gasp. As a writer I enjoy telling stories, but there’s nothing quite like acting one out before a crowd of people. So, it looks like it’s time to audition for some shows! I’ll keep you updated. “So long, fair thee well. Pip, pip, cheerio. I’ll be back soon!”

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