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1 comments | Thursday, July 26, 2007

Did you miss me? Judging by the e-mails and phone calls I received from people asking me why the site hadn't been updated I will go with a yes. I missed you guys too, but now I'm officially back. Over the past few days I had a chance to visit the city I once called home for four years, Los Angeles. Initially I was really excited about the trip but that soon wore off once I got there and realized I wasn't missing much by not being there everyday. Don't get me wrong L.A. is a wonderful place and I enjoyed most of the time I spent there and I made some really great friends, but it became so apparent to me that Atlanta is home now.

I did have a chance to go to some of my favorite spots like Roscoes, The Grove, Circus Disco, and Millennium Dance Complex. Going back to the two dance studios where I trained was such a weird experience for me. I remember the excitement that I once had when I entered the studio that has now faded, an uncomfortable reality for me but I'm growing to accept it.

The highlight of my trip was definitely having a chance to see my friends who I haven't seen in a year. I don't have a huge circle of friends because I truly believe it's all about the quality and not the quantity, so the people that I consider friends are extra special to me. A special shout out to Trent, Erica, Alesia, and my new friend Peter.



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