“I’m tired of losing friends, I’m tired of doubting myself and maybe if I’m just not doing it at all, then I won’t have anything to doubt,” Williams reflected. I’m tired of losing friends or I’m tired of doubting myself, and maybe if I’m just not doing it all then I won’t have anything to doubt.
“I was kind of flat-lined and I think that if it weren’t for [guitarist] Taylor [York] the band would be over. I can see what else I can do.” “I know that people don’t always keep the same friends throughout their entire life but I always thought I would,” she added.
York added that — at the time the group was deciding whether to disband — they’d been together for so long that the passion seemed to have drained from the project.
“I can stand in front of anyone and say there’s so much peace now you know we run into each other around town and it’s so nice to find that,” she said.She loves turtles & dolphins and hopes to move to California one day and live by the beach. Helping people is a way of life for Ayisah she treasures it a lot and prides her self on being a giving, loving person. She is studying to become a social justice photo journalist and starting this blog is her first step.UPDATE: Josh Murray released the following statement exclusively to E!"Instead, he focused so much on Nick and what everybody else was saying."She also said that while he did end up moving to Southern California to live with her and her daughters, he was "always was talking about how he still wanted to move to Atlanta."Stanton also told E!“Hard Times,” Paramore‘s new ’80s-tinged single, could certainly be a case of art imitating life: the three-piece group admit in a new interview that they almost fell apart a number of times over the years, and the fact that they’ve ultimately stayed together seems kind of like divine intervention.