Observations From a Cupcake World

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My summer agenda. Working out, reading good books, getting tan (to make it look like I’ve been working out harder). Fashion, Fiction & Fitness. I’m mildly obsessed with Tana French at the moment. In actuality I’ve finished “The Likeness” on my Kindle but I can’t make myself sync it up.  I can’t put the book back on the cloud either despite the fact that my iPhone is technically full. I can’t let go. I used to want to be an actress so badly it hurt. Actual pain. I thought I wanted it more than anything in the world. God understood. Just enough to give me a taste and make me realize I was wrong. I’m perfectly happy doing photo double jobs now. That part is fun. Voiceover. All the things that I don’t find morally objectionable. Not my point. My real point is I wasn’t in love with acting, I loved characters. I loved well written characters so much I wanted to be one. “The Likeness” is one of those books. Characters so rich and dynamic you feel like you have to say goodbye to good friends at the end. It’s worth your time.

My summer agenda. Working out, reading good books, getting tan (to make it look like I’ve been working out harder). Fashion, Fiction & Fitness. I’m mildly obsessed with Tana French at the moment. In actuality I’ve finished “The Likeness” on my Kindle but I can’t make myself sync it up. I can’t put the book back on the cloud either despite the fact that my iPhone is technically full. I can’t let go. I used to want to be an actress so badly it hurt. Actual pain. I thought I wanted it more than anything in the world. God understood. Just enough to give me a taste and make me realize I was wrong. I’m perfectly happy doing photo double jobs now. That part is fun. Voiceover. All the things that I don’t find morally objectionable. Not my point. My real point is I wasn’t in love with acting, I loved characters. I loved well written characters so much I wanted to be one. “The Likeness” is one of those books. Characters so rich and dynamic you feel like you have to say goodbye to good friends at the end. It’s worth your time.

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