That time of month when I post looking for new friends to add!!
Birthday: Sept. 30
A Little About Me:
I'm a figure skater.
I work as a Avon Independent Sales Representative. Please visit my store at: https://cantosca.avonrepresentative.com/
I love going to Broadway plays.
My best friends mean the world to me.
I enjoy spending my days off walking around downtown.
I live in NYC.
- My favorite play on Broadway right now is Jersey Boys which I have seen 10 times and plan on seeing it more times. I have seen the musical, Pippin 127 times on Broadway and Spider-Man Turn off the Dark on Broadway 219 times. When I find a play that I love...I go to that play all the time LOL.
-My family means the world to me as well as my best friends who I trust my life with.
-My journal usually consists of my everyday life, what goes on at work, two of my best friends:Reeve and Erik, and just anything random.
-I'm looking for any new friends who comment. I comment back on anyone who comments on my entries.
-I love music, especially The Four Seasons, The Beatles, Hanson, NKOTB, Ed Sheeran, Backstreet Boys, etc. My favorite movies include, Jersey Boys, Rocky Horror Picture Show, The Crow, Annie, Aladdin, Grease, etc. My favorite TV shows include, Sleepy Hollow, Gotham, Hell's Kitchen, Master Chef, Madam Secretary, Boardwalk Empire, etc.
Anything else you'd like to know, just ask :)
Harry Potter (series), Hunger Games, anything by Dan Brown anything by Stephen King
Jason Castro, Adam Lambert, Big Time Rush, NKOTB, Hanson, Beatles, David Cook, To Have Heroes, Midwest Kings, Lady Gaga, Britney Spears, 80's Rock, Constantine Maroulis, tommy ratliff, joey clement, andy skib,
FAMILY & LIFESTYLE
Want (more) Children:
Homeschool your children?:
No, not planning to.
PROFESSIONAL & EDUCATIONAL
Homeschooled + Private
Starbucks, figure skating, Constantine Maroulis, David Cook,Joey Clement, concerts, broadway, manhattan, reading, choreography, listening to music, mo
You didn't miss much by not seeing Episode 2. In my opinion, it was the worst one. Too much mushy romance between Anakin and Amidala. I'm just not one for romance stories, though. I think they're sappy.
By the way, Phantom of the Opera is coming to Nashville in March, and I just booked tickets to the show. Chris Mann is the phantom in that production, and I'm so excited to get a chance to finally see him sing live. Too bad I won't get to meet him, though. The "arts appetizer" event where people get to meet the cast was already sold out, and I'm not sure I could've afforded those tickets anyway.
I didn't see any Star Wars until 2001. I grew up with people around me saying Star Wars was evil because of the elements of Zen in the story and that I should never watch it. The first glimpse I ever got of it was when my sister got Return of the Jedi from the library. I walked in during the scene in Jabba's lair and thought, "This is so stupid." I left and came back later during the showdown between Luke and Darth Vader in the Emperor's throne room, and was immediately hooked. I ended up being disappointed in the prequels. I think the Anakin and Amidala love story in episode two was way too sappy, but I'm not big on mushy romances anyway. I love 4-6, though. Episode 4 remains my absolute favorite.
You should check out the Youtube channel "How It Should Have Ended." They do hilarious short animated rewrites of all the Star Wars episodes. Their redo of The Empire Strikes Back is my favorite. Here is the link to that one:
I'll not make any comments about the new Star Wars movie until you've seen it. I like Star Trek too, I don't know how you feel about that one. I know there are some huge ongoing fights online about which franchise is better. I don't think one necessarily has to be better than the other. Both are radically different and don't really deserved to be compared. Star Trek is set at a future time in our galaxy, like most of the classic sci-fi, while Star Wars is set in the past in a different galaxy and is more of a space mythology. I, as well as most people I have spoken with, feel that both are great in their own ways and that both have made positive impacts on our popular culture and technological development.