Archive: 2018 Itinerary

August 15th Ouachita Mountains, OK August 16th Hot Springs National Park, AR August 21st Poverty Point World Heritage Site, LA August 22nd Russell Cave, AL August 23rd Freedom Riders Monument, AL Ocmulgee National Monument, GA August 25th Jacksonville, FL August 26th Fort Frederica National Monument, GA Fort Pulaski National Monument, GA Fort Sumter National Monument, … Continue reading Archive: 2018 Itinerary

A monumental day

     His cheeks were rotting with laughter, expelling worries like they were ready to hit the road. In the coming days he did just that, and I admired softly in the presence but envied his freedom. A thousand times over I told friends “I’m going, I’m gone without a sure trace of where to … Continue reading A monumental day

The fury of Kenaima

Last week, I had the opportunity to attend a night of ass-kicking tunes from three quality local bands here in Colorado, two of which are based right here in my hometown of Pueblo. While I enjoyed a few barrels of Mickey's as I livestreamed the sets from all three bands (that was also accompanied with … Continue reading The fury of Kenaima

First livestream in 2018.

Tonight I will be streaming the first live video for the project here in Pueblo, CO on the Project 50 Official Facebook profile. Our choice of entertainment is local live music, so let's hope the audio will record decently for everybody's sake. It's gonna be a loud metal show versus mobile phone. Tune in at … Continue reading First livestream in 2018.

“Personal wisdom”

My therapist (or rather, myself) suggested upping my intake of deprived stories about things that don't make enough sense to have any sort of real world value because it will teach me how to surrender any expectation that my life has sentiment and accept how pointless everything I make is but I didn't quite grasp … Continue reading “Personal wisdom”

When I realized… pt. 1

"When I realized..." will be a series of posts throughout the duration of the blog based upon certain topics of my life where I discovered the importance of said topic, and is based entirely on my own life and experiences.    The universe didn't spare me the confidence of discovering what my passions were. My … Continue reading When I realized… pt. 1

Your local art scene matters.

Truly, it does. It sounds fairly obvious to make such a headline, of course local art matters! Without local artists, the culture in your neighborhood wouldn't experience growth, and the people around you wouldn't have an outlet to express themselves. Both of these events contribute to major points of interest in your area, especially during … Continue reading Your local art scene matters.

“Destroy what destroys you.”

"The message I want to share through this piece called “Destroy what destroys you” from 0 - Mirror Series and is not in any way related to self destruction/self harm. The mirror is broken because in order to be perfect people tend to destroy themselves, they often look at their reflection in the mirror and … Continue reading “Destroy what destroys you.”

We, The Truthsayers

"I don't make statements when there are already so many that demand questioning. My father taught me to question everything, so I did, asking him "Why do we have to question anything to begin with?" Anger was red in his cheeks and all he said was "Because you are too curious why the world does … Continue reading We, The Truthsayers