Sayonara 2011

Less than two hours left! This year definitely had it’s ups and downs. From deep depression to the overwhelming joy of having a child, I do believe that 2011 will be better off on the past. I welcome 2012 with open arms for it promises to be far better than any other. It will be our first year as a family. That alone means a lot to me. Continue reading Sayonara 2011

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What to expect in the future. :)

I am trying to make my name a little bigger than it is right now. To help this along I will start posting videos of myself playing the songs I have written on Youtube and begin another blog on Tumblr (just to acquire more followers, subscribers and readers). The Tumblr blog will have different posts than the ones on here. There is no point in having two of the same blog. I will also try to start promoting my blogs and videos more on my Twitter. I know that it’s no about the amount of subscribers, views, or readers I have, but trying to expand a little may bring some new quality ones. 🙂 Thank you for staying true and reading my posts and if you comment or not I am grateful that you stop by. 🙂

If you want to check out my Tumblr (which I am still working on customizing) go for it. 🙂

3. Write About What You Want Out of Life for Your Children.

I want my children to always have what they need. I don’t want my children to ever wonder where their next meal is going to come from or if they will have enough water for everyone to not be thirsty.

Seeing as I would like to have 2-4 children, I would love it if at least one of them to play music. I think it would be incredibly magical to make music with my child. We could connect on a deep level. When you create something with someone, a special part of your heart comes out in it.

When my children grow up I would like them to go to college. I don’t want them to feel like I am pushing them to go, that takes the fun out of the experience. I don’t want my kids to go to college for me. I want them to do it for themselves, for their future, not to make me happy.

My children will grow up to know the value of money. They will strive to get a good job for themselves and start a career. I don’t really care what kind of career they choose, as long as they are happy doing it everyday for a long time to support themselves and maybe even a family one day.