Today I have what is much less a blog and much more a song I wrote.
As you may know, I play guitar in MOONROOF, a spacey indie-pop/rock band. We write songs together and it’s a whole lot of fun, but on occasion I like to strike out on my own and write something by myself. Continue reading “53: closed doors”
When I started this blog, it was because of a creative block.
Some artists describe their block like a wall they cannot scale nor move around. They’re trapped on one side of the wall, inspiration is on the other side.
Personally, I feel more like I’m trapped under a steel dome. Within me, a fire of passion and desire to create burns very weakly, suffocated by a dome of writer’s block from the fuel of fresh, gaseous inspiration.
However you think about it, I assure you it’s frustrating. Continue reading “42: look at the moon, look at the roof”
I do a lot of driving.
My commute to work is an hour each way. I’m in a band that practices anywhere between an hour and 2 hours away from my house. I’m in a long distance relationship, separated from my significant other by 200 miles.
So, suffice to say, I’m constantly dreaming of the day that teleportation of humans and objects is possible. Continue reading “41: beam me up”
I was driving home from work, listening to a podcast yesterday evening when I heard the following story.
It was 1957 when the Soviet Union launched Sputnik, humankind’s first-ever artificial satellite.
A couple of physicists were eating lunch in John Hopkins’s Applied Physics Laboratory when they heard the news. Continue reading “34: just a quick thought cos I’m sleepy tonight”