November 17? It feels like November 30. Never ending month. Might be time to get out of dodge, do something new! Here’s the perfect soundtrack. Ahora: Vampire Weekend, Walcott
Blogging is really neat – it gets more people writing, it’s just a fun and personal way of communicating, and by not using my phone as much I can avoid the misery of my AT&T call playing ping pong with a dead zone. I’m been thinking about blog overload though — not so much overload with the amount of blogs that exist, but in regards to the regularity of new blog content. There might be some outliers, but bloggers tend to hope for people to actually read their blog. They can advertise, spread the word through other social media venues, hope for extreme popularity, or market themselves in other ways. But how do you create content that truly engages readers, and makes them come back? I’m not entirely interested in marketing myself and steering loads of readers over to this blog, but I’d like for people to enjoy what they
We ended up with hundreds of pictures from our wedding – ceremony shots, group shots, food, music, etc. This is my favorite picture from the wedding, mostly because of the setting, the anticipation, and the look on our faces. To me, it almost reminds me of the first shot or the last shot of a movie. People as themselves, not posing, in their element, right before or after a big event. I tend to prefer natural shots over posed. This certainly wasn’t the most stunning picture from the wedding, but it was the most organic and natural. Here’s the song we had our band, Lonesome Traveler play, as we walked back down the aisle. I loved it before the wedding, and now it has a special meaning. Ahora: Bob Dylan, You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere
This song is making its way through the radio waves so you might be familiar, but I want to share it because it always puts a smile on my face. And a sparkle in my step. Ahora: Eric Hutchinson, Rock & Roll
I was looking for drawings of peas, or peas in a pods (don’t ask) on the interwebs, and found some of the funniest and most awesome (and sometimes bizarre) drawings. I would like to share them, especially “Super Pea.” Here are some.