Monthly Archives: September 2012
In the short span of a few days I finished reading over a thousand pages’ worth of Gunnerkrigg Court. Full of laughs and capable of sating my appetite for juvenile romance, it is nonetheless well researched and rich in mythological parodies and references. Definitely worth a read for those with overflowing time or just a lack of cares.
At the risk of sounding trite and derivative, xkcd’s recent comic is phenomenal. How phenomenal, do you ask? Let’s just say, after a few minutes of perusal, I only discovered 2-3 of these notable easter eggs.
After 3 months’ of hard work, rescheduled lessons and rehearsals, sectionals, hiccups, and a disappearing holding room and risers later, NUSSO’s September Concert finally manifested:
Scenes from the rehearsal/soundcheck:
All in all, a very fulfilling and rewarding experience, if demanding and tiring. A very hearty congratulations to the V1s, Exco and the rest of NUSSO, and a big thank you . Here’s to the post-concert celebration, and to Miniatures and March Concert next year.
My heart has left the harbour
Soft hands envelop seas of change
O’er turbid waters one can barely see passing hands across the mist
which beckons storm and drank its fill from strain of waves against the setting sun
a vessel silently threads
there are but stars to navigate the open pour of milky way
my eyes see both light and darkness in the
perennial haze of petrichor