Showing posts from September, 2012

Fall Faves: Fun

Well it's officially Fall in my neck of the woods and I can't wait to have the most fun that Fall has to offer. Here are few things I enjoy this time of the year.

Activities Nature walks: I enjoy seeing the Hand of God at work on the trees. By Mona Zubair
Art Festivals: I absolutely love Art Fesitvals but the Fall versions are very special to me.  By nchoz
Jumping in leaves By ColinsPicz
Drive in (early fall though) By Thomas Hawk
Going to Concerts: Unlike Summer concerts where people travel. Fall concerts have more locals in attendance. I like the community feel of knowing so many others enjoy my same taste in music. By Wheeler Sparks

Jazz is one of my favorite genres of music and this first song comes off "Common Presents Just Wright Mixtape Volume 1", a free jazz mixtape I've played every fall since I've had it. I can't find the download link anymore sadly. I would have liked to share with you all. The rest of the songs' genre varies.

Bobby Cal…

180 Day of September

October Baby just came out yesterday
I hope you all get to see the film whether you disagree or agree with abortion this message should be spread. It's based loosely on Gianna Jessen's life and she even sings a song for the film's soundtrack. I can't wait to see it myself.

Here's what this day is all about...
Living Waters has marked the second Wednesday of every month as "180" Day. The purpose of "180" Day is to keep the momentum of "180" through consistent, monthly days of "180"-related online and real-world activities. In so doing, we will continue the work of saving the physical lives of unborn children, and seeking to see the lost come to genuine repentance and faith in Jesus Christ.

9/11 Remembrance

My tale is similar to others. I was nowhere near the Twin Tower, the Pentagon nor Flight 93 on September 11th, 2001. I only saw the second plane's destruction from a tube and watched the events unfold in disbelief. Like many Americans; however, those events have been etched into my memory and have been a cause for sorrow. I was 11 at that time and had only a year worth of political knowledge, little did I know 9/11 would deepen my political interest for the next 11 years. At 18 I'd stop calling myself a Republican and change to the more befitting title of "Conservative".

  As a conservative disasters such as this reminds me of the importance of National Security. This is another reason why Bill Clinton is a man of no integrity. This is why Border patrol is so necessary. This is why we need Nuclear arms and for them not to be diminished to barely nothing by Obama. I do not agree with the way the TSA is handling affairs. Americans should not be treated as criminals…

What I Did This Summer?

Do you want to know the reason there were so few entries this summer?
I got my first "official" job. This job took a lot of my time making it difficult for me to do anything else besides the basics when I came home. At this job I did many things that I haven't done in years and I never thought I'd ever do.

I saw the beauty of a lake at sunset By bluesbandit1750
I rode a horse for the first time EVER! Bonanza her I come!! I was so scared that I'd fall off the saddle. I had fun so I may even ride again. By mwa1109
A dream of mine since I was preteen was to see glass blowing live and this summer I got that privilege. By jefaccia
Got locked in a dark walk-in refrigerator with panicking children. I had to calm them down, try to get out and stop my own hyperventilation. By Phoenix Rescue Mission
Went paddle boating which I haven't done in at least a decade. By inky.penguin
Went on a field trip by bus which I haven't done in about 14 years. By kayotepeyote