Tuesday, December 15, 2009

12/15 I Can't Not Look at a Map

Maps are absolutely remarkable and so full of detail that if there's a map around me, I will find myself constantly exploring the map. These are all real places with real people, and I can't even comprehend how explorers were able to create these maps. World maps in classrooms always distract me from class, and road maps on road trips entertain me for hours.

I will legitimately start this in 2010, but I keep thinking about it too much, and all I want to do is make another post.
So I will leave you with another picture from the past. During my Fall Break this past October, 3 friends and I drove up to Montreal for an extended weekend. It was the coolest city I have ever seen, and it was the first time I had legitimately been out of the country (passports and all). I took this after we climbed Mount Royal literally straight up--we ignored all the actual paths--and it was an amazing experience. The view itself is remarkable. I just recently realized the interesting focus in this picture, and I was surprised that I love it.

Thursday, December 10, 2009

12/10 I Think of the Greatest Ideas in the Time Right Before I Fall Asleep

And suddenly I have all of these awesome ideas but one less hour to sleep. It's a balanced tradeoff.

This is one of my favorite photos I took this summer.

I Have an Idea!

So my blogging abilities failed...
I suppose I'm not good at taking time out of my adventure-filled days to write a long blog entry.
But I have a plan now. It will be one of my New Year's resolutions.
I shall call it: What Makes Me Unique.
I will post a photo or drawing or something each day (from that day). Along with that picture, I will include one random fact about me because I often find myself walking around and thinking up random facts that make me who I am. One of my goals in life is also to express myself as entirely unique from everyone else. Some are funny, some are serious, some my friends make fun of me for, and some are just plain ridiculous. I would like to have 365 of them in all, finishing up on December 31, 2010.
I'll include an older photo today, and I shall resume again at the start of 2010 (AHHH! the sound of it is scary).