Hey there, I'm Don. 22 years old, and a passenger of the roller coaster of life. Luckily not doing it alone, and have the most supportive and amazing girl on the planet by my side. And having a kickass group of friends helps too. My mind works in a nonstop visual manner, and I'm always looking to learn new things. So maybe stick around and see what we can teach or show each other.

Get into serious car accident at work; first thing coworker asks is if it’s too late to ask for a ride home…

The amount of self control it took to not backhand him before leaving the store on the principal of him being an ignorant asshole is…immeasurable.

In other news, don’t try to get me to go to the ER cause I really think the swelling and pain is temporary. Trust me, I’ve had worse.

Wait, what?

Get called for an interview from a job that I applied for before Christmas.
Hide surprise, accept interview.
Make schedule changes to make interview work.
Go to interview.
Get a very strange look from owner that gives the vibe of judgement and fear of never hiring someone.
Get told to come in at 11am tomorrow in nice clothes and comfy shoes.

..come again?

Still not feeling 22

Officially been 22 for a day, and still not sure I feel any different. Maybe more aware of things that are missing in my life (job, school, actual plan), but no real mentionable differences. I did manage to get cast for a show for the morning, though. So that’s something. I was supposed to go to a fancy restaurant with the lady for dinner, but had to reschedule since she didn’t do any work this weekend and has a ton of stuff due tomorrow.. Hopefully we won’t have to cancel again.. She got me a leather classic Iron Man wallet, and it’s really great. And Marianne got my some Marvel pint glasses that will go perfectly with the shot glasses Diane got me last year. Aside from having to cancel food plans, pretty relaxing birthday, and I’m looking forward to where I’ll end up in this 22nd year.

Because I’m too lazy to write something original, have a Facebook status I wrote yesterday..

When you really look back in the grand scheme of things, 365 days really isn’t that long of a time frame. But here we are, celebrating the survival of yet another year gone. Its been a hell of a year, with fantastic highs, and unfortunately a number of lows. But what’s life without a bit of a roller coaster ride? In 2013 I had experiences I used to never even think possible. Working on movie sets, making memories with the people I’m fortunate enough to call friends. Being there when a friend needs me, regardless of the lateness (or earliness) of the hour. I met the most amazing girl I could ever hope to meet, and I continued to better myself as a person. To me 2013 was a year of growth, and I look forward to continuing the trend into 2014. I can only hope you all will help make it as memorable a year as the last one. To you and yours, I wish you a Happy New Year. Drink, eat, surround yourself with those whom make you happy, and be safe. Cheers.