Tuesday, May 20, 2008


It's been a while! My bad kids. I have not forgotten about this Blog. It's more along the lines that my life is so incredibly boring at the moment, I fail to see the reason to update it.

Since I'm no longer involved with horses, things have kinda started to regain normalcy. I like it, but I dislike it at the same time. Was that strong lingo enough? Get my point? After all the excitement and terror, I'm so unbelievably bored it isn't funny. Job hunting is futile. They just don't seem to exsist at the moment. Though I did see one in the Classified today that maybe promising. Selling Amish furniture should be a blast! Gag.


I couldn't stand to read that shit anymore, so I deleted it. Bahaha.

Tired Girl.

Thursday, May 8, 2008

Essay Smesshay

I hate writing on subjects I absolutely cannot relate to. Ok, maybe I shouldn't be trying to get into an artsy school, but heck, it's the only option I have that I LIKE at the moment. Being a picky bitch has it's drawbacks.

This is what I'm suppose to write about...

"Risk-taking is a part of the creative process. To break new ground or to veer in a new direction requires a certain blend of courage and "blind faith", a hopeful confidence that your message will be heard and understood, and - most importantly - valued by others.

Many successful artists, musicians, performers, writers, entrepreneurs, filmmakers, producers, etc., take creative risks to move their artform forward, and, while many risks have proved successful (maybe even revolutionary), it's also true that just as many have flopped. Whether exploring a new idea or form, proposing a show, writing a grant proposal, or presenting their work to the public, the greatest artists have faced rejection and were forced to find ways to persevere.

Big or small, tell us about a time in your creative or artistic life when you were criticized for your creative decisions or told "no". Did you abandon your new idea? Refine your new idea? Or did you reject the criticism and proceed full speed ahead? Tell us about your though process during this time. Do you regret not following through on your idea? Or are you now grateful you didn't go out on such as precarious limb? How do you think the criticism or denial affected the further development of your creative work?"

(I'd Italic this all, but still haven't fine tuned myself to Blogger yet)

Yea. It's not going well so far. I'm absolutely the most unartistic person on the planet. But creative? Yea. Just not in a sense a normal person can relate to.

Well I've given myself till Sunday to complete this essay. I'm pretty sure Columbia has rolling admissions. God I hope they do. I also hope they take normal, non-artsy/brilliant/musical/whatever people.

Tired Girl.