Well, it appears that I have become ill. On Friday had a severe sore throat and now my nose is draining like a water fountain.

I really wouldn’t care about being sick that much if it wasn’t finals week at the college. Staring down at the test book with snot running down my face isn’t ideal.

On a happier note, I’ll be posting some writing on here real soon. Like, probably next week.

Until then, have a great Monday.


New video on YouTube

I have a new video up on YouTube. It was filmed while I was in Los Angeles in February, but it took a month for me to get around to editing it.

I’ll be trying to post daily for the rest of this month to help get back into the swing of blogging. As promised, there will be some creative writing coming soon as well as a possible Camp NaNoWriMo attempt.

AC/DC: Call it quits, retire

AC/DC is the greatest band in the world. Period.

So, you can imagine how exciting it was to see them live at the Tacoma Dome on February 2, 2016. It was amazing and easily the best concert I have ever been to.

But, upon hearing today that lead singer Brian Johnson can no longer perform because he will go deaf was heartbreaking. Not AC/DC. Not the greatest band ever.

What made me angry was that the band is looking for a new singer. Let’s get this straight: Hiring Johnson to replace Bon Scott was a fluke. It doesn’t happen that a and finds another great singer that can leave his own legacy.

AC/DC finding a new singer at this point in their career will alienate fans. I, for one, don’t think I can get behind a new singer. Any other band but AC/DC.

This leaves only one option: It’s time for AC/DC to retire. Malcolm Young is already out of the band, and Phil Rudd is too (although Chris Slade is a better drummer). That leaves only Angus Young and Cliff Williams from the 1980-present lineup.

AC/DC needs to end their career before they destroy it and lose their identify.

I’m back (ish)

Over the next month I’ll be posting some of my daily journal exercises and short stories from my college creative writing class this past quarter.

This is my first blog post (on here anyway) since January.

College and work has kept my busy, but I’ll be coming back…kind of. By coming back I mean that I won’t have a month and a half between each post anymore. It will be much shorter than that.

Tomorrow is my last day of my creative writing class and I would love to share some of what I was working on with you guys.

So, over the next month I’ll be posting some of my daily journal exercises and short stories.

I’m also going to maybe do Camp NaNoWriMo in April, so I’ll need to prepare for that.

Just one more week of winter quarter and then finals and I’ll have some free time. Then it’s back to school in April for another quarter of college classes.

Until my next post,