Monday, April 26, 2010


There's this thing called music that inspires people to do great things or to truly feel what they're going through. Somehow, no matter how non-creative someone is, they can still feel something through the notes that blast from the stereo.

More often than not, it's either country songs or classic rock songs from the '60s and '70s that speak to me. Maybe it's the hippie in me and maybe it's like my father said: I should've been born 30 years ago in the music industry. And he's right--I love Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, Van Halen, Guns 'n' Roses, Aerosmith, and Queen, among others.

Whenever I need inspiration, I just plug in my ear buds and hit the gym, or take a walk in the park for a photo shoot. All the while listening to my own personal soundtrack that I've created to portray my personality. Which reminds me, I wrote a paper on how the younger generations have their personal soundtracks and tend to live their lives as if they're in a film because they're so accustomed to listening to music all the time with the popular mp3 player. I'll have to find my USB so I can post it for you all to read.

That's all for now. "I'll be dreaming of you tonight, til tomorrow, I'll be holding you tight..."