Sometimes I have to sit in a corner and listen to emo music and remind myself I’m doing my dream job. I’m not just surviving I’m thriving. Music saved my life nine years ago and no matter how lonely I get I’ll always have music. Today’s a bad day, but thankfully they aren’t all bad days, most aren’t. I said goodbye to my family, my friends, and my love for a dream a year and a half ago. Sometimes nothing feels worth it, but then I remember 14 year old Mallory crying herself to sleep and I fight a little harder for her dream. At first she couldn’t even imagine a better tomorrow, she would be so proud of where I am today.