Sunday, 6 May 2012


So I look like a cross between and old man and a cowboy. I am so sore from that run on Friday. I am glad that I got the chance to talk to my friends last night. 22 more days and I will finally be back and be a able to sword-fight, draw, play video games, go on long drives to the beach, roll up in waffle house at 2 in the morning, and shuffle with my friends! And most importantly see my family.

So I put together a tutorial on how to do the shuffle or hard-step, whichever you know it as. I hope it helps you learn how to shuffle. I forgot to mention that there is a glide step you can add in to your shuffle and there is a spin step you can add in also. I just covered the basics.

Early this week I went to a Taking Back Sunday show that the played on base for FREE. It was a great performance. Adam broke his leg while on tour I think, but he toughed it out like a camp. They set list was really good. I am glad that I finally got to meet them and tell them how much I enjoy there music.Here are some picture of that. 

This is a picture of the lead singer from the opening act serinading me with that adorable face of her's. She asked out to the crowd who the most dishonest man in the crowd was and all my friends point to me. I know what you are thinking, that's messed up. I try to be a very brutally honest guy. I think it was the heat of the moment that lead to me becoming the center of attention on this one though.

Friday, 4 May 2012

8 Hour Run

So it is interesting to look back at myself a year ago and see this different person. I was so young and uncompromising. Now I am older and a ton has changed for me. I wonder sometimes if the person I was hates who I am now. It is amazing how so much can change so fast.

Anyways! Today was an interesting day we got to do some moral boosting! We had an 8 hour run and we won! We dressed up in these ridiculous looking outfits and did 100 meter sprints to see what squadron could do the most laps. We won with 430 laps which is like 107 miles which it is cool. I am glad I was apart of that.