Tuesday, August 23, 2011


::day 11::  Tuesday, August 23.  It's hard to believe the summer is almost over.  As I was writing the date for this blog, I got kind of sad, Because that means that summer is almost over.  After that, I'll have to wake up early, and go to bed early.  I'll have to blog at a decent hour instead of late at night like I usually do!  I'll have to maintain a regular schedule and focus on school work. I think I have a slight case of the Junior Jitters.  Junior Jitters: Nervousness pertaining to more difficult classes this next year and a realization that you're already more than half way done with your high school career, and that there are a lot of things you want to do before you graduate.  I started the morning off with an eight mile bike ride to the outpouring coffee house to meet up with a friend, Aaron Stafford.  Aaron leads worship at a youth group I briefly went to last fall.  He's a great guy and I really respect him.  He and I really see eye-to-eye on a lot of things, and it was really cool to chill and talk with him for a while about random things.  Very refreshing.  I love riding my bike, and a lot people ask me if the pedals hurt my feet.  My feet are so calloused by now that it doesn't really hurt.  After I got home, I ate lunch, and organized a band sectional.  A band sectional is a practice for similar instruments outside of full band rehearsal where we play and review our music.  Since I'm the low brass section leader, It's my job to organize the sectionals.  The sectional got down at around eight, and after that, I braved the rain and went to Scott's house until about nine fifty.  In Michigan, drivers under the age of 18 aren't allowed to drive after 10 o'clock.  When I got home, I had a late dinner, and now I'm writing this blog.  I'm doing better at the whole everyday thing! this is two days in a row =] ALSO:  The website is now officially running! I will be blogging from there from now on! Of course, I'll still be sharing my blogs on facebook, but for the real deal, go to www.ayearwithoutshoes.org. Good night, and God bless.

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