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I am an aspiring musician who has played the guitar for three years and have been writing songs for one year. I enjoy playing video games and messing around with my computer and hope someday to be able to create programs for computers that involve music and creativity. I love to help others and get my fix by being an entertainer in any way possible.
Hometown: Houston, TX
SCA Location: Baytown, TX
Dream job: Computer Programer
Favorite book: Brisingr (The Inheritance Series)
Favorite movie: The Dark Night
Favorite park: Herman Park
Most memorable SCA moment: Two years ago when I first joined SCA, my team grew close as the weeks passed by. During the camping trip I remember how everyone worked together to plan where to go to keep everyone occupied and included. There was no one that was alone or excluded from any activities and we acted as if we had all known each other for years. That is memorable to me because it shows the SCA bond.
Something few people know about me: I'm a pretty open person so I don't keep much to myself, but few people know that I'm secretly a nerd that loves to read and play video games.
Background: I have one older brother, and older sister, and a younger brother. I graduated from the Chinquapin School in Highlands Texas and am enrolled in the University of Texas in San Antonio.
July 27, 2009 - Today is my last day working out in the field. I am finishing three days early because I have mandatory orientation - at the University of Texas, San Antonio. I don't want to miss out on the days but I have to. I was looking forward to finishing the last day with my crew, but there will be other moments that I can savor later on! - Continue Reading "A Rainy Last Day."
August 6, 2009 - I have just returned to Houston from the camping trip at Garner State Park. It was one of the most fun weeks that I have ever had...and to make it better I got to spend it with my "green" family.
There were so many things to do at Garner that it was ridiculous. There was the obvious option of just loafing, but really who is going to do that when there is so much more to do? Swimming was always on the schedule, and hiking was a close option as well. From bike riding to dancing the cowboy two step, there was so much to do my head was spinning.
The scenery, however, made the trip for me. Climbing the mountains that towered above the campsites was simply breath taking. I felt as if the entire land was calling out to me and welcoming me to the world for the very first time. It was definitely my favorite part of the entire trip. Continue Reading "Camping with my Green Family."
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