Two headlights flashed on a secluded peak of the Santa Monica Mountains in Southern California. These rolling hills were the backyard and playground of the rich and famous whose houses were hidden in the blanket of hills. But tonight, mysterious lights signaled a solo walker being guided by a blue flashlight. A few moments later, the lights flashed again. One, two, gone. They disappeared into the black abyss, as if they had never been up there. But I knew they were there. The coyotes in the field below yelped their nightly tune, unaware of the goings on above them. The walker continued.
It’s the spooooookiest time of the year. October. And that only means one thing:
Vacation is something we dream about all year. The beach, slow mornings, new memories and experiences, sunshine…and family. Have you ever realized how each family member has their own agenda for vacation? Those different agendas often clash and when we’re not in the heat of the moment, it’s pretty funny to look back and reflect on. That’s why I wrote this sketch. I was laughing while writing this, because it reminded me my family and myself so much! I’m sure you can relate to one of these personalities (if not all of them), and can name which family member belongs in which category.
You've heard that love is blind, but love is senseless too...especially when it comes to celebrity crushes and teen hormones. When you're 13, or let's be real—a lot older—you can have a crush on a celebrity without knowing a single REAL thing about them but doesn't make it any less REAL in your head or the emotions any less valid. Celebrity crushes are almost as ridiculous as this sketch I created (poking fun of the show “Love is Blind,” link attached).