Wow. Was surprised by the firestorm over a tweet from Darren Criss. From things I’ve seen from him in the past, it seems pretty consistent. Also, from the way he wrote “The Coven” I thought maybe that was a way Mia and her friends refer to themselves. You know, like “The Unholy Trinity” and I have women friends that call themselves worse. Just a thought… 

Been preparing for a 10K run and was feeling tired today. I like to listen to my Glee music when I run. I was on the last legs of my run and was so tired when my “Hold on to Sixteen” music came on. I didn’t think I could make it but I heard Cory Monteith telling me, “We got this” and I thought, “Yeah, we do.” Thanks for the continued inspiration Cory. RIP.

Been preparing for a 10K run and was feeling tired today. I like to listen to my Glee music when I run. I was on the last legs of my run and was so tired when my “Hold on to Sixteen” music came on. I didn’t think I could make it but I heard Cory Monteith telling me, “We got this” and I thought, “Yeah, we do.” Thanks for the continued inspiration Cory. RIP.

Was fun going to the book signing in Naperville. It was crowded and the bookstore was small. Chris Colfer was very nice. He seemed very excited when I told him that although I liked his TLOS books, I loved Struck by Lightning. He told me that he plans on writing more YA fiction which I was glad to hear. I have recommended SBL to everyone because I think the material is timeless, no matter how old you are. Everyone can relate to the time in their lives and those feelings of insecurity and uncertainty, while also having so many dreams and aspirations. Anyway, I was in the first group of about 400 and they pushed us through very quickly. I felt badly for Chris Colfer because there was so much activity going on around him that it must have been difficult to give attention to his fans while also dealing with what seemed like an assembly line process. Still, he was so gracious and kind to people he had my utmost admiration.