I’m a fan of all kinds of music. From Dolly Parton to Carole King, I like something in every genre. Due to this, I frequent Spotify. But I haven’t quite gotten the whole playlist thing down yet.
I’m a frequent bargain shopper, I love clothes but hate to pay exorbitant amounts of money for a shirt I know will go out of style in only matter of time. That’s why I frequent Goodwill when I’m itching for a new edition to my wardrobe.
This past weekend I went to a college open house and it kind of freaked me out.
In my sixteen years, I’ve done nearly 10 musicals, but I had never once did a play until this past weekend. (Well, I did short little plays in elementary school but those definitely do not count.)
In third grade my mom took me to see a show being put on by East Lyme Regional Theater; this is the first time I remember seeing a musical. I distinctly remember getting chills during the show and leaving the high school auditorium with a feeling I couldn’t shake. It’s been seven years and I still get the same rush of emotion every time I see a musical.
I get it we’re teenagers, we are filled with emotions, but there is no need for you to take up your pent up anger out on the latest edition of the Viking Saga by ripping it to shreds. So here’s 4 reasons why you shouldn’t destroy your copy of the Viking Saga.
I want to start this by saying that driving is scary. I love the idea of driving but actually getting behind the wheel and having control of some pretty heavy machinery is a lot of pressure.