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Geez, that’s the truth, isn’t it? When I was in high school I had “plans’. I was going to graduate and go to the Berklee School of Music, get my management deal with my talent company, see where my music album takes me, and then get married and have kids. That was the plan. Then over the course of my senior year, things started to evolve and change. I had started to realize that for music and blogging, the money I would spend on college was just pointless. Bloggers don’t go to school to be bloggers and most musicians don’t go to school to be musicians; they just are what they are and if they find they are lacking in an area then yeah, maybe they will take an online course or something and pay for that, but it’s pointless for me to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars in college loans for things I could do on my own. Another thing that changed was that it became evident that I was going to get married right away due to visa problems my fiance’ was having. We knew we were going to get married anyway, the visa issues just sped it up, which is totally fine by me! I’m still waiting on my management papers to this day. They have been offered, just never given to me for signing. My music album got way delayed because of my recovery process and me just needing a break, but even though we hit the play button over a year ago we still haven’t released the album. So, in short, presently I have no management papers to sign, no music album out, and still haven’t had my wedding after waiting 5 months from when it was supposed to happen in April. My life has turned into this one big “I DON’T KNOW”. Basically, I don’t know what’s going to happen or when it’s going to happen. I’ll just have to wait and see. So, to all you kids without plans right now or with plans that keep changing, we’re going to make it through. 💜

Love,

Kenzy

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