[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kt-nqEX0hKs[/embed] Sorry I've been absent for a few days, I injured my wrist exercising on Tuesday and have tried to rest it as much as I could. Anyways...It's crazy to think that one year ago I was graduating from college. Walking across that stage was a bittersweet moment. In life, there are stages of leaving the nest: your first sleepover, your first summer camp, leaving for college, and then graduating from college. During all of these stages, my mother has been incredibly supportive. She has always pushed me to pursue my dreams and when I suddenly decided to take different roads and paths, she never left my side. I realized crossing that stage that I was entering an entirely new phase in my life. I will always be my mother's daughter, but gone are the days of living under her roof and heading home for summer. I'm blessed to live close to her and see her as much as I do, but some days I still wish I was 7 years old. Those were the simple days. Sitting in the back seat, going on errands with mom, and appreciating her love for music. My mother loves when I sing. She came to every chorus concert and every musical, drove me to every audition, and remained my inspiration through it all. Even though my career path has changed, I still think of her and her endless support and love whenever I sing. I always will. So here's to you mom, enjoy this little video that Cam and I created exactly one year ago. I love you so much.