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Who We Are

We are all different. There are things I like that you don’t. The music I listen to may be foreign to you. The way I talk, or the phrases I use, may drive you up the wall of your igloo. 1,203 more words


The Studio at Sumack Loft

Clean, organized, and ready for the new year!

I know, I know, I already posted once today, but I’m so excited because I just finished cleaning, organizing, and tidying my studio space. 26 more words

Sumack Loft

The Price of One Night's Sleep is a Shirt and Your Sanity

If you ever need another subtle reminder of how insignificant you are in the scope of things, try flying overseas to a country with a fourteen hour time zone difference, realizing you have exactly one day to get over that jet lag before you head back to school and start homework, sitting in front of your laptop until it’s so late you feel like you’re the last person alive, perceiving the night dissolve into day as pale gold slinks through windows and the sounds of vendors opening shop peppers the air—a process completely indifferent to the fact that you’re… 765 more words



One Sunday in church, Pastor’s sermon was about forgiveness. He asked everyone in the church to stand up, then he asked those who had any enemies to sit down.

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Come Talk To Me

I like to think of myself as an approachable individual – someone who strangers feel comfortable striking up a conversation with. And I don’t say that as a vague, blanket statement that most people use to compliment themselves. 705 more words



​A little boy goes to his dad and asks, “What is politics?”

Dad says, “Well son, let me try to explain it this way: I’m the breadwinner of the family, so call me capitalism. 225 more words