Build me a homeInside your scarsBuild me a homeInside your songBuild me a homeInside your open armsThe only place I ever will belong Jon Foreman, I am still running This blog is a bit different in which I am writing it with a dear friend Carly Caroll. We are both Junior Theatre majors at Abilene … Continue reading in the grass.
If you haven’t heard or seen any posts about it, it was recently Sing Song weekend at Abilene Christian University. An event where clubs and classes put together weird and elaborate acts consisting of multiple songs, choreo, and costumes. It honestly sounds quite insane but it is one of the most fun things to be … Continue reading comfort.
I am fresh off a weekend of filming in 30 degree weather for a film called “The Brotherhood” written by a dear friend; Wade Byington and directed by both Wade and Rankin Dean. We filmed one of the final scenes which I’m sure counts as one of the most intense scenes in the film. It … Continue reading intensity
“…Sometimes I just want to close my eyes and be in tenth grade again—remember when I was captain for blue in color war—..” Life Science by Anna Ziegler Memories. I think they’re one of the coolest, and at the same time, the most dangerous weapons that our minds can wield. In one memory we can … Continue reading permanently inked
Mountains are beautiful. Period. End of blog. Just kidding. Over the last decade I have fantasized about the mysteries, stories, and beauty of the mountains. In fact, it was there that I started to develop and build my relationship with God. So I think it is safe to say that I hold a reverence and … Continue reading Mountains
“O, beware, my lord, of jealousy;It is the green-eyed monster which doth mockThe meat it feeds on” IagoOthello, Act III Scene III I recently just closed a run of the Shakespearean tragedy, Othello, one of my favorite shows, and my all time favorite Shakespeare. I had the honor of playing Iago, the character who arguably … Continue reading in the eyes of Iago.
“It’s a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don’t keep your feet, there’s no knowing where you might be swept off to.” J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings I have always loved The Lord of the Rings trilogy, the lore, the story, the action, the … Continue reading the Journey Begins