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A New Song Cover

Every time I go to Salt Lake to visit Kate, we try to work on a song together. We started practicing a mash up of J-Beib’s “As Long As You Love Me” and Tay-Swift’s “Trouble.” It sounds great and hopefully we’ll be able to get it up soon!

In other music news & stuff, I CANNOT get this song out of my mind:

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I’m like, sort of in a band now

There are few things I love more than singing. One of those things is singing with other people and playing an instrument.

As for the title, I’m not really in a band, that’d require…I don’t know, commitment. This is just for fun! But tell me you didn’t dig our drummer. Also there will be more of these. And they will have had more practice.

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What To Say on Pensive Thursday

Okay, so I really don’t know what words should accompany this post. What do I want to say… This reminds me of a couple years ago, when I first started my blogging and was living in the Blue House. I couldn’t think of anything to write then either. This is what I wrote:

It’s hard to write when you don’t have something to say. What do people say when they have nothing to say? I imagine they sit in front of their paper, or their computer, and stare. Or perhaps their eyes drift and they begin to think about other things. Like what they had for lunch. Or what their plans are for the upcoming Friday.

Everybody feels, so that’s no excuse for an empty mind. No one goes through life completely apathetic on all accounts. For instance, I am looking at a crack on my wall. I have no idea how it got there, but I feel something about that crack. I’m frustrated it’s there because when I reach for blankets at the end of my bed, sometimes my nail gets stuck and the plaster cuts my finger. Yet, I like it on account of how it brings character to this already overwhelmingly charismatic house. Sometimes, it embarrasses me when people come to visit and they notice the crack. I feel as if they are judging me for not living in a perfect house in perfect condition. But I feel about that crack in the wall. I could probably write a paper on how I feel about that crack in the wall.

So there you go. Pensive Thursday. Maybe it should be a thing. I realize the photos seem completely unrelated. You’re welcome.

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Je Veux

Tank from Forever21, cover up from Charlotte Russe.

This is what my hair looks like when I just wash it and don’t brush it or anything when I get out of the shower. If I brush it, it dries straight usually.

So the shirt says “Je veux faire du pied a toi,” which apparently means “I wanna play footsie with you” in French. Best. Tank. Ever.

I can’t believe I’m almost 21. It is crazy how fast time is flying! Everything just needs to slow down a little. I am growing up too fast.

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One Month of Ukulele

I learned this song this morning, so I feel pretty impressed. And also, after a whole month!! I don’t know how I lived this long without playing this little Uke!

Also, ignore that it’s out of focus and the two times in particular when I don’t sing on pitch. Kay thanks!

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