A Sunset Walk
November 17, 2012 at 10:53 PMI cannot express in words what this walk felt like. I went out from 4:20pm-4:45pm, and it was incredible. There was a darkening blue with pink smudges throughout the sky. I had my dad's iPhone in my pocket, headphones on (so I could listen to Pandora), hearing lovely violins play out Leroy Anderson and John WIlliams and the like, seeing a combination of Christmas and Halloween decorations (only at some houses). It was just an incredible experience that made me think to my past for some reason. Maybe also I was thinking about The Legend of Zelda games, and excited about working on my fan-game soundtrack. (I may post a link to this later, but basically I made up a game title called The Legend of Zelda: The Violin of Power and am writing a soundtrack for it.) So anyways, yeah. I just had to get that let out. Now back to work! :)
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