So, just so you know, I did stop going to this practice before I sent this video!
My attempt to win the doctor's heart with this quirky song was unsuccessful. I didn't mind, though! I found the whole thing to be pretty gosh darn funny. I thought, "Wow. My life is a ball!" I was also glad the situation produced this fun song that makes people laugh and smile at my shows. Sometimes situations don't turn out the way we want, but they leave us with an unexpected gift! Sometimes the way we want situations to turn out just isn't what is best for us and we understand that later:) Something MUCH better for us is around the corner:) Such as in my case... ;)
I think it's awesome to be able to say to someone you have a crush on, "Hey, I have a crush on you." Even if they reject you, you should be proud that you were brave enough to put your feelings out there and you'll never have to wonder.. what if? I used to think that rejection meant that there was something wrong with me or I wasn't a good enough person for someone. Then I thought about this one guy that was pursuing me that I ended up rejecting as a boyfriend but became dear, dear friends with. He is one of the BEST people I have ever met on the planet, one of the most handsome men ever, and his personality is just wonderful. I tried dating him, because he's so incredible. There wasn't ANYTHING wrong with him, but it just wasn't right and I knew that it was meant to be a friendship and not a relationship. This experience helped me realize that rejection doesn't mean you are not a beautiful, wonderful person. It just means your not THE person for someone and that's ok. A lot of times we make something mean all these big things that aren't true instead of it just meaning the one small thing that it means. Instead of just saying, "Oh well... next!":) I also used to wish that the person who said they weren't interested in me would give it a chance or change their mind. Then I realized that I wanted to be with someone who couldn't not be with me, because they adored me so much and it felt so right. :) Yay!