Finding myself newly inspired by the human anatomy, I am also missing the raw edge of charcoal. The powdery stick in my fingers. There is something I love about charcoal. But alas, I am in extreme need of fixative. Ahh!
I am thankful for a job this summer. I will finally have some cash.
Anywhoo, I have a found a new blog that inspires me, and would like to share it with the world:
Spring break is nearing an end, and although it was nice to see my fellow Washingtonians, I am extremely glad to be home in Sandpoint. SB has been leisurely, lazy, and other than racing around to see friends, pretty mellow. Thankgoodness.
I realized this morning, after taking a lovely walk with mum, that I will not be able to excersize quite as much as I fancy when back at school or even after school ends. Oh! I should let you know that I've been HIRED!! Yay! I am excited, first official job, but a bit disappointed that I will not be able to be at the beach 24/7 all summer, chill, and run along the trails in the wonderful weather. Oh, It is not all down the drain, I must tell my self. It is nice to earn some cash though. And another bonus is getting in @ Silverwood for free and two free passes with each paycheck.
Of late I have been exploring the Christian Hip-hop scene. I love Hip-hop and Rap but I've been sick of the crap, and the perverted ideas and suggestions ect. supported and endorsed in a majority of the hip-hop stuff that I hear. Now by no means am I completely dissing secular hip-hop but I have actually been finding some good Christian hip-hop artists such as: Lecrea, Trip Lee, Flame, Everyday Process, Sho Baraka, The Cross Movement, ect...
"She was elusive. She was today. She was tomorrow. She was the faintest scent of a cactus flower, the flitting shadow of an elf owl. We did not know what to make of her. In our minds we tried to pin her to a corkboard like a butterfly, but the pin merely went through and away she flew."
-Stargirl, Jerry Spinelli