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Rain

Rain

A few nights ago, as it was cold and rainy, all I planned to do was sit inside. I’d spent hours studying for a math exam, and I wanted to get into bed and let someone else’s written words wash over me. I was drained, but as I hurried from my car door to my […]

In which I take a walk

In which I take a walk

Have you ever noticed how much we look at our own shoes? We’ve learned to ignore them, but for this blog, I decided to pay a little more attention to my gool ol’ feet.

Ya Bass

Ya Bass

I like basses. I mean, in addition to the fact that I am one (hey choir kids), they really fill out the sound to any sort of music. They’ve got a monopoly on cool jazz walking lines and nice buzzy wub-wubs and seriously funky grooves. This particular bass, though, has a special place in my heart as […]

All the pretty lights

All the pretty lights

For today’s photo blog, I decided to play around with long exposure: leaving a camera’s sensor open for much longer than a typical photograph would. Instead of 1/60 to 1/125 of a second as usual, I left the shutter open for 20 to 30 seconds, long enough to play around with what the camera thinks […]

I swear they do everything here

I swear they do everything here

The Columbia Area Career Center hosted their annual Skill Expo earlier tonight, and my goodness, it was spectacular. From Welding Tech to Photonics, Computer Science to Broadcast Journalism, the CACC displayed its collection of classes available to incoming students. I spent an hour or so wandering those halls, seeing what I could see. Asa Lory […]

A Scout in the Park

A Scout in the Park

I really enjoy the creative process. Not just the final product, which indeed is interesting, but the actual sequence of conceptualizing, planning, trial and error that goes into achieving the end. I’ve been thinking about this quite a bit lately as I try to balance ideas for Southpaw issues, creating three characters for two different […]

A Saturday to remember

A Saturday to remember

I’m taking a break from my usual schedule and format to bring my experience yesterday at Roots n Blues to the Bearing News site. I spent most of the day downtown, and the festival was fantastic. This is what I saw.

It’s a privilege to pee

It’s a privilege to pee

Hello, again! I’ve finally gotten organized enough to put up my first photo blog of the year (only 14 hours late, too,) and it’s already following what seems to be a general rule of this blog: take what I do in normal life and capture it for you guys. A few days ago, I auditioned […]

After The Show

I always have a good time at Capers seeing the different acts. I enjoy watching the singers and the dancers perform because I know they’re doing what they love and sharing it with the school. There’s something special in that.   Carly Allen loves jazz, and her voice is so good it’s nearly tangible.   […]

With springtime comes celebration, peacetime

With springtime comes celebration, peacetime

Easter Sunday has come and just about gone, marking many a springtime celebration, one of the last sane weekends before AP testing and the resurrection of Jesus. Being myself – not too worried about exams, not in the mood for fetes and not expressly religious – I spent my weekend hanging out at Saturday’s annual […]

On Track

It’s that time of year again, when spring sports reclaim their members, and although I am not a fan of most athletics, I absolutely enjoy watching the running, jumping and throwing that happens in track and field. Coach Blackburn leads this particular collection of sports, and is always inspirational and hardworking.   Warmups are standard, […]

Clubs and Capers and Kites, oh my!

Clubs and Capers and Kites, oh my!

During the past few weeks, I’ve dabbled in all sorts of organizations. I’ve gotten to do my wonderful, not-actually-18-yet version of clubbing (that is, going to various clubs around Rock Bridge). I’ve witnessed Capers a month before it will actually happen. I like to explore these events because it’s fun, and I just might find […]

Everything In Moderation

I went to a Young Moderates meeting Tuesday, a club that I frequented in the past but have attended only once this year. Getting back into the swing of politics was nice, but I was also thinking of the idea of moderates themselves. It seems because I have so much going on, I do everything […]

Call it Happenstance

There’s a certain something about being in the right place at the right time. In our school, so many crazy and amazing things are happening, it’s hard to know where to look. Recently, I began to look everywhere, hoping to improve my odds of serendipity. This is what I discovered. I saw an amazing specimen […]

Tranquility

Life is so busy for so many people, and I fully realize that I am no exception. That being said, living at 100 miles an hour has its benefits, and every minute you take to slow down becomes something special. These past few weeks have been crazy for me, but every so often these moments […]

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