Saturday, March 31


There's nothing like a good winterguard show to make me all warm and tingly inside.  For those who don't know, I did colorguard and winterguard throughout high school and freshman year of college.  Needless to say, I loved it, and still do.  There's little that I didn't absolutely love about it.  I wish I could do it forever (or at least as long as my body would let me), and I wish I were still doing it now.

Just thinking about it causes me to reminisce about high school and the overall sadness that comes with not being able to do something you love.  Last semester, I was able to sneak a last guard performance into my show choir's spring showcase.  I performed a solo to "Moth's Wings" by Passion Pit.  It was great and it started my now obsession for Passion Pit.

Here's a little walk back in time of my guard history.

2011 WM Winterguard Show 

2010 WL HS Winterguard Show 

2009 WL HS Marching Show 

2009 WL HS Winterguard Show 

2008 WL HS Marching Show

2007 WL HS Marching Show

And the catalyst for this post, Impact Winterguard's 2012 show.  It kills me that I could never be a part of this guard; the memories and things I would've learned would have been so worth the time and pain.

Currently listening to: "Let Me Be Your Star" Megan Hilty and Katherine McPhee

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