Theater

I saw FVHS theater’s rendition of Pippin and in my opinion it wasn’t good. Many plays that are performed from this group are well-performed, with little to no production issues. This play was the one exception, and it was quite surprising. I was shocked at the low quality of sound production. There were many different aspects that contributed to a poor show overall such as: acting, singing, music, and sound production.

Photo @2015 by Bahman Farzad [CC BY 2.0]

Photo @2015 by Bahman Farzad [CC BY 2.0]

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Quiet Time

The second hand on my watch ticks constantly and I am continually in motion. Here, there, this, that, most of the time. However, it wasn’t until Thursday of last week where I realized the importance of stopping. Of letting that watch run without eyeing its continued movement. Of relieving yourself of those ticks and having some quiet time.

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Photo ©2011 by Callum Baker [CC BY-NC-SA 2.0]

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This Too Shall Pass

This post will piggyback on one of my previous posts – You Do You. I felt rushed and I was unable to articulate my thoughts accurately at the time, so this post will be a clearer, more elaborate post. My inspiration this time around was actually from a picture I found on Flickr, with a very profound quote which I felt I could analyze and view from my own life’s point of view.

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Photo ©2003 by Adam Bramwell [CC BY-NC-SA 2.0]

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Angel Stadium

I used to go to Angel Stadium all of the time when I played baseball. I would go with my dad and his friends, and we would always have a great time at the game. When I hear people say, “Baseball’s a boring sport” I always wonder if they’ve actually been to an actual game, rather than watching it on television. I wrote my recent analysis essay on the Angel Stadium because it is such a wonderful sports arena, and gives all local baseball fans quite an amazing experience.

Photo @2008 by Will Culpepper [CC BY-SA 2.0]

Photo @2008 by Will Culpepper [CC BY-SA 2.0]

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