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Zimmer #3: No Spotlight But Still Slaying

One of my favorite musicians was the Black female electric bassist who slayed the ENTIRE Zimmer concert. I have been mesmerized aka have developed GirlPower crushes on female bassists because it’s just the most amazing thing to watch. 495 more words


Perseverance is Key!

I’ve been in transition the last 4 years in Los Angeles.  I’ve moved a total of 10 times, from living in a house with 14 strangers on a bunk bed, to a studio on my own, to my best friend moving from Seattle to stay with me– we had 1 mattress on the floor, 2 tables, two chairs, and a handful of silverware, to eventually moving into a friend’s living room curtained off, to living in my car, to moving with my two best friends from Seattle in a 1 bedroom penthouse in Hollywood, to a high-rise condo with a stranger that became a friend, to a friend’s loft downtown, to a 2-bedroom apartment in Sherman Oaks and then West Hollywood with a new found relationship that took it’s own journey, to now a studio again, but this time on my own. 312 more words

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Welcome to ThreePointOh! Blog

It’s finally here. I’ve been waiting 18 years for this moment—a year of moments if you want to get technical.

I’m. 30.

I remember my 12-year-old me sitting, daydreaming, thinking, and forecasting my life and devising a plan of domination to the epic degree. 354 more words

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The Kind of Peak that Never Comes Again

Now that my affair with Dracula is over, I have moved on. That’s right, I now hold a bright and shiny new book in my hand. 492 more words

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Bram Stoker, you Son of a Bitch!

I did it, I finally finished Dracula.  Yep, I finished it several days ago, and you know what? Well, I will tell you what- I was incredibly disappointed it the ending. 564 more words

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What's up, Drac?

I am almost done reading Bram Stoker’s gothic horror novel, Dracula, and I am anxious to see how it will end. I only have 43 pages left, and pray that a major twist will be coming my way soon. 366 more words

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