You Should READ THIS
Unfortunately, this blog is being decommissioned for other Biola Blogs and what not (sadddd), but I can still kinda send posts to your dashboard every now and then! Another part of that is that I’m not going to be nearly that involved with this blog anymore due to me not working for the Ambassadors this year (also sadddd), but I do have two blogs you can follow me around on!!
My first one is primarily dedicated to my “art”, and it is: DINOIR. It is awesome, and it is only recommended for people who are awesome and like drawings and having things drawn for them!
My other blog is a tad more personal and about my life as told through Pokémon, and it is: 649 PROBLEMS. There are now 649 Pokémon that are out there to catch and I’m raring to catch them all, all the while my girlfriend is studying abroad in Europe for 9 months and I’m finishing up my time here at Biola. I’m also going to be drawing each one of the Pokémon I catch, so by the end I’ll have 649 unique pictures on the blog! That’s my hope, at least. Join me in distracting me by my sorrows!
Join me in trying to understand the hard things of life and expressing them through ~ART~ and ~POKÉMON~.
I love you all, my many followers, and I can’t wait to see you on the other side of this blog.
Something Greater Than I
Alas, time waxes anon, and my time as a Biola Blogger is coming to a close. For those of you who have been with me since the beginning of last year, it’s been AWESOME! But other things have come up, and now I am no longer able to hang out with you guys. But rather than have this be something depressing (you’ve probably seen posts like this from the Biola Bloggers all week), it should be something cool.
What do I mean? Well I don’t know, and that’s the cool part about it. I have no idea what God has in store for me right now but the cool part is that he does, and he’ll be showing me whatever opportunities those are in the coming months/years/decades/centuries.
Do not weep for me, Biolans, mom, or Tumblr followers, for I am not leaving the world. I am merely descending from this platform to another, different blog… thingy. I will still blog, you have my word, just not here. In the following weeks I will post the blog that I regularly blog on for those dedicated to me to follow.
All that being said, love where you are right now—it is an experience that you can’t get anywhere else that cannot be experienced the same why by anyone other than you. That is so cool. Experiences come and go, memories are all we have to account for them. Make those memories count! Make those experiences cool!
I have a playlist that I listen to when I don’t know where I am going with my life. It’s called “Accordion Goodness”. In these vivacious moments with Astor Piazzolla I am closer to understanding that I am not in control of my life, and that there is something else guiding me, something that knows better, understands more, perfectly plans out everything; something greater than I.
It is God.