Saturday, February 11, 2012

Mass Communication Through Music

Jimmy Page on the power of music (He read my mind on this):  
“If I ever really felt depressed, I would just start putting on all my old records that I played as a kid, because the whole thing that really lifted me then still lifted me during those other times. It was good medicine for me, and it still does that for me when I put something on. Isn’t it wonderful that we’ve got all that good medicine? I think it’s got to be all part of our DNA, this mass communication through music. That’s what it is. It’s got to be, hasn’t it? Music is the one thing that has been consistently there for me. It hasn’t let me down.”

I Don't Care About Valentine's Day

collective: part II

Once again, I've been MIA from the blogosphere for quite awhile. So here are some pictures I've taken since the last time I posted. 
coincidental moments                       
Left: Cali caught in the sunshine, looking like a majestic wolf. Right: I discovered a little bonus 45 hiding in the sleeve with my Cage the Elephant record 

creative outbursts
 Left: Random doodle I did on the dry erase board on our refrigerator. Right: Bracelet I made out of wire during College Night at the High Museum of Art

 captured sunshine
 Left: The weather was so nice this day, that my Message Strategy class took place outside. Center: Sunshine filtering through the sheer drapes in my room. Right: Another wonderful sunset on my drive back to Conyers from Athens.