A subtle blend of politics, sports, and music blended together and seen through the eyes of a young adult.
To everyone who used to follow my blog- yes, I'm back. The last two years of my life have been hectic and crazy- I've moved back and forth between here and Florida twice, fell into and out of the worst relationship of my life, and am finally finishing college up this year. In between, I've written and created many new projects- I'm getting back into making music and starting my first novel right now, which will turn out to be my English major Senior Thesis. I want to get back into blogging to share my opinions and thoughts and ramblings with the community where I grew up once more, so expect something new to come tumbling your way soon. Hope everyone is having a great start to the Fall season and I'll see you all soon.
It’s been almost three weeks since I completed finals and ended my fifth semester here at UW-Madison, so I thought it was about time to get myself in line and publish another blog posting. I’ve spent the last two months dilly-dallying with what to publish and what to keep off of here, and I figured I want to get something up to mark the start of summer for me. With that, I have three recent subjects that I’d like to write about in this post: the feeling of fear, going back to your hometown after being away for an extended amount of time, and a brief discovery from my new internship at the Wisconsin State Capitol.
Tonight I decided to turn on the TV and watch the gubernatorial debate. Man, that was a horrible decision.