It’s me, Carlos. Boy, the summer of 2017 has been quite a impactful one hasn’t it? In fact, it’s been so filled with memories that you’re having trouble writing this post, huh? Well, don’t fret. Baby steps. Just take this one thing at a time.
You know, last summer was one filled with work on work on work. You were slaving. Heh, but not this summer. You spent your summer doing the opposite, not working. Spending your days cooped up inside your parents’ house, in your childhood room, has been both a blessing and curse.
You’ve made a lot of memories in that room. And this summer, it just seems like you really embraced laziness. You managed to play through all of your video games—Murdered: Soul Suspect, The Last of Us, Okami, Life Is Strange, Watch Dogs, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, Metal Gear Solid V, and Thief (all of which have brought hours of joy, fright, frustration, etc.)
Welcome Back Wonderful Listeners!
Picking up from where I left off last time, there’s more to people-watching when time is no longer a concern. Once that short window of mere seconds is obliterate and time stops existing, another realm is entered in the people-watching world.
This is usually the point of the sport where you aren’t sporting your ability but rather become a passive viewer of sorts. You usually stick with one person or group of people, for an extended period of time.
Take for example a day at the park. You’re lounging on the grass and you see another individual who has caught your attention from afar. You are at a safe distance where you are quite aware that your presence isn’t at the forefront, and so you are able to really take in that person.
Hello Wonderful Listeners.
It has been a while hasn’t it? It must have been. Do you know how I know? Because I’ve never wanted to blog so much in my life thus far, and because I know I’ve been absent. Continue reading
Hello Wonderful Listeners.
My days in life have been dragging on and leaving me behind I feel like. In fact, life has been doing nothing but moving all the time and I finally had the chance to sit down and say what I have been dying to say for over a week.
Guys, I’m going to keep a log of my time interning. Yes. Not only do I run a blog, but this place is a diary first. I truly want to remember in great detail, my time at Artpace! 🙂 So that’s what I’m going to do.
I don’t know exactly what I can say as to what will be happening but everything that happens will get recorded here. I do hope you guys will enjoy reading my stories and recollections as much as I enjoy telling them. I want to make these logs exciting but I can’t promise that, or anything really. So, just stick around for the ride. You are free to disembark at any time.
As a note to myself, I want to say that you will most likely look back on these posts with fondness. At the end of it all, no matter how crappy your situations may have possibly gotten, you will have thoroughly enjoyed your time as an intern.
Be not afraid of what is to come. You know how much of a scaredy cat you can be, but try to show courage. You can do it. You’ve gone through many hardships before and you’ve grown. Now, it’s time to put all your life skills into action and grace through your internship. If anyone can do it, it’s you. It’s always been you.
Now, I’d like to get right to the material. Each post will start on Monday and end on Friday. I’ll include a little weekly recap at the end of each post as well, just to sum up everything. The material will be filled with words and images. I may include some other things too but that will reveal itself in time.
With all this being said, let’s get started with week 1. However, I only think it’s fitting to start my journey the day before it actually kicks off. So that’s where we’ll begin…
In 1970, Curtis Taylor is departing from the confines of being a soldier in the Vietnam War. His departure is cut short when he is suddenly isolated in the complete wilderness of Vietnam. His wife, Madison, is anxiously waiting for his return back in the United States. Her only reassurance of Curtis’s safety is thrown into question when his promised letter does not arrive as scheduled. As time slogs forward, and the possibility of contact diminishes, the two lovers contain their compounded angsts in their personal diaries. With new unforeseen and problematic events arising at every turn, both struggle to clutch to the one belief that keeps them going: their inevitable reunion.
Two Sides of the Same Coin
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