Monthly Archives: March 2015

Love is… (part 2)

Humor Patience Holding your tongue Not always yelling “LOUDER” when you think the music volume is too low Listening, watching, not judging (I need to work on this one A LOT) FOOD Instant Messages and Private Messages, just because Serendipity … Continue reading

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2015 Impulse: March 29

The day’s adventure began with HotCakes, F.I.B., Karen, and a drive thru b-fast. 1) Karen needs a nickname 2) I like my coffee like I like my… 3) Don’t e’stomp my hash browns 😀 At the Aliso Niguel HS guard … Continue reading

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Tour Packing List

This is an edited version of an article I found on the dci.org website. I Googled “drum corps packing list” and BAM! 🙂 For the purposes of your tour, this list of items will more than prepare you for a … Continue reading

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2015 Impulse: Second Rehearsal 3.15

After figuring out that which needed to be figured out, I parked myself in front of the International Cafe (did anyone else notice that? Bell Gardens HS doesn’t have a cafeteria;  they have an International Cafe, with adjacent “Staff Dining.”) … Continue reading

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18 Ugly Truths About Modern Dating That You Have To Deal With

Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
Celeste and Jesse Forever . 1. The person who cares less has all the power. Nobody wants to be the one who’s more interested. 2. Because we want to show how cavalier and blasé we…

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2015 Impulse: Hornline 3.10

I haven’t had much to say about this section for a variety of reasons. The biggest reason is because of that old saying… It’s a process 😀 Truthfully, after listening to the first chunk of the opener a couple of … Continue reading

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2015 Impulse: First Rehearsal!

March 1st Milton HotCakes and I scooped Karen in the AM, we pit stopped at 7-11, then on to Marina. The skies were heavy with dark clouds that threatened rain, but we were dry, for the moment. After arriving to … Continue reading

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