My Athens

Sharing my advice and adventures while traveling through college in Athens.

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Family and Friends at the Melting Point, April 4th, 2014.

PS: Sorry I took so many photos of Casey, the female vocalist, but she was right in front of me.

akindofannihilation:

Do what you do to get through. 

Four Eyes Bandcamp

Four Eyes is great, just so that’s clear and everyone knows.

daily-spaces:

The end of an era begins. The Clayton Street trees have begun being removed with the oaks in front of Wuxtry records going first. #my_athens by rymy http://ift.tt/1cuQTkf

Sadness.

Sometimes, the conversation is all in the hands.

A Fast Bee

bob-brussack-creative:

A fast bee
Skidded to a stop
In front of me
And confirmed
What I suspected,
That this, not that,
Is the first day of spring.

A handful of beautiful encounters today.

I just watched The Giant Mechanical Man (good movie), and it was spot on to the thoughts I’ve been mulling over lately. Without going too in depth on the movie, it’s about two adults who feel lost for not knowing what they want to do in life. They do not see why they have to know what they want to do, and why society is pressuring them to know.
This is my feelings. There is this constant rush of life from kindergarten to move through high school to move onto college and to get a good job. I can understand that it’s a good structure for society, and we cannot encourage the world to just all take a break. Yet these bucket lists of traveling and road trips, items that require time and money…. when do these occur? I take time off of school for them.. Yet I do not have the money for my dreams of travel. So I get a job… but now I don’t have the time to travel. Oh what a conundrum. As far as a career beyond restaurant jobs? Oh no, no idea.
I just feel… lost.
Anyone else feel this way?

I just watched The Giant Mechanical Man (good movie), and it was spot on to the thoughts I’ve been mulling over lately. Without going too in depth on the movie, it’s about two adults who feel lost for not knowing what they want to do in life. They do not see why they have to know what they want to do, and why society is pressuring them to know.

This is my feelings. There is this constant rush of life from kindergarten to move through high school to move onto college and to get a good job. I can understand that it’s a good structure for society, and we cannot encourage the world to just all take a break. Yet these bucket lists of traveling and road trips, items that require time and money…. when do these occur? I take time off of school for them.. Yet I do not have the money for my dreams of travel. So I get a job… but now I don’t have the time to travel. Oh what a conundrum. As far as a career beyond restaurant jobs? Oh no, no idea.

I just feel… lost.

Anyone else feel this way?

I just decided how lame and uncreative my last caption was, but I’m gonna leave it to torture myself and the world.

Spring has sprung! Really? Nothing better?

Spring has sprung!

The mind is a strange place. “No matter where you go or what you do, you live your entire life within the confines of your head.” (Terry Josephson) Mull over that one for a moment. Everything you experience, every embrace with another, each sip from that freshly brewed cup of coffee, every picturesque sunset you have marveled at, it has all occurred within your mind. Even all those darker thoughts you may push away, they lie side by side with the ones more welcoming to recall. When you are having a conversation with yourself in your head, maybe about all you have to do today, or maybe about deeper meanings of life, think about the fact that each person has these conversations, too. Each person has an entire universe within their mind, and you never know what this world is like to live in.

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