Hello dear readers! With this new year upon us, I’m glad to be starting it off by traveling.  Every year in the midwest (and other regions I assume) there is a weeklong Theatre Festival featuring workshops, plays, and teachings from people all over.  I have the fortune to travel with my department across the land to the grand state of WI.  I have been there once before, but that when I was very young and didn’t have the appreciation for travel as I do now.  So with (semi) fresh eyes, let’s see the sights of Milwaukee! (editing whilst on the train) (Beard! o.O) (Pinterest inspired nails teehee.) (Audition look.) (An awesome special effect workshop I went to.)   The STUNNING Pabst Theater   Grand Avenue Mall The AWESOME Safehouse “Spy Bar” (You got to keep the glass!) (At least 8 of my friends shared this massive thing!)     (Union Station)
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I’ve had this fear since I was 9 years old when, during class, the teachers told us about 9/11 and planes crashing into the Twin Towers and killing all of those people.  There also just seemed to be something strange about getting inside of a man-made contraption and traveling thousands of feet in the air, not knowing if you’ll fall to your death because of engine failure or the unpredictable weather.  Nevertheless, I am facing this fear now.  With the help of my best friend, I will fly on a plane and I pray I survive.  Wish me luck! *********** Alright, I have survived the ride. Here’s my experience: Once on the plane things were smooth…that is until it began to move. It was slow at first, & sped up up pretty smoothly. Then suddenly I heard an overhead voice instructing us on procedures etc, and the plane began to rumble & shake. I was freaking out of course, especially when the plane took off. Rising thousands of feet within a few moments was definitely shocking to my body. It was almost like riding a roller coaster in slow motion. I felt like it was still connected to the ground […]
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