Andrew Gallo was found guilty of Murder. I can’t believe it has been almost 18 months.
Read about it here
I don’t mean to be that person who is jumping on the new group bandwagon. I don’t typically like those types or people. I just wanted to tell you that I can’t get enough of this song right now. I loved it the first time I heard it and listened to it for about a week straight, then barely listened to it again. I set my iPod on random yesterday and this is what came.
I love how this song fits any mood I can possibly be in. It just makes me want to move!
People are always agonizing over change and I’ve never really understood it.
I think that deep down I’m a restless soul. I can’t sit around for too long and I can’t get too complacent in life.
College was ideal for this. Just when I was sick of the same classes, the work group, my roommates, anything that became routine, it was a new semester and I began all over again.
Real life doesn’t always allow for constant change. Although I have moved three times and another move is on the way, I go to the same job every day and I do the same thing everyday, just for different people.
There is no real problem solving, no great strategizing, not utilizing my skills with a fresh new conundrum every week. I’m bored.
I’ve been craving a change. I think that’s why I ended up cutting my hair. However satisfying it was, it was a temporary fix for a grand craving.
I need change.
I feel guilty.
At one point in time this blog was completely dedicated to my love of sports and my outlet for writing about collegiate, professional and high school athletics. It’s sort of morphed into a “this is what’s on my mind today and I hope all 15 people who read this like it” kind of blog.
So, I feel the need to comment on BYU’s independence. And in case you live in a non-sportscenter world, BYU announced that it would leave the Mountain West Conference following the 2010-2011 year and go solo. Meaning the non-football sports will join the WCC and Football will remain independent (I’m still not sure what is going to happen to softball and track…)
Google it and you’ll learn all the details.
Here’s what I care to share about this:
Side note: I’m worried about suffering through October, I only remember how to live in Rocktober and unless there are some major offensive changes on the road I’ll be in October.