SAS 009: An old friend

I grew up without musicians in my family, but my family loved listening to music. I got a lot of exposure to classic rock and roll, funk, ballads and power ballads, RnB, and some jazz and blues. That's where I started planting my tree of musical preference. I watered it with contemporary pop as a… Continue reading SAS 009: An old friend

SAS 008: A time you went camping

Why do some motorcyclists choose to rev their engine at the stop signs in the middle of the neighborhood before the sun is up? Is it unintended? Surely, they must be aware of themselves enough to know how loud their own vehicle is. But whether or not they care is the crux of the matter.… Continue reading SAS 008: A time you went camping

SAS 005: A time you pursued something you really wanted

The first time I saw her was in a psychology class I took in my first year at a four-year university. (I started as a junior because I'd gone to a community college prior to enrollment here.) I remember thinking that she was the most beautiful person I'd ever seen. Even now, four years later,… Continue reading SAS 005: A time you pursued something you really wanted