Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Christmas Concerts and Immortal Jellies!

Whoa! It's been such a LONG time since I've last blogged. The semester has flown by, and I was surprised to find, as the term comes to an end, that I have finally started enjoying all of my classes. Unfortunately, they're almost through. So finals are coming up and the campus is in the process of kicking it into "high gear." I will be diving into finals prep as soon as the Chimes of Christmas concert gets over tonight. Speaking of, I'm looking forward to singing this little jewel this evening:


"Little Tree" was composed by Steve Heitzig and uses the poetry of e.e. cummings. Probably one of the most fresh and beautiful holiday songs that I have sung in a long time. It's quite contemporary in terms of musicality, but I think the audience will enjoy it the most out of all the songs in our program.

Also, something I saw on my friend David's Facebook page the other day; check out this crazy jelly!


Apparently this creature can shift back and forth from polyp to mature stage, basically cheating death! Immortality really does exist, at least somewhere in this world!

That'll be all for today! Good luck to all closing out the term with finals!

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