Howdy, friends! This is Outlaw Marston
here to let you know that we have already went through two-thirds
of the year. Any who, I would like to take this time to let you all know that I will be posting some of my work from my art class as well as my original pieces. How fun is that? Not fun, okay. Okay. I will also try to post more ParaBlogs as I did in 2013, since I have seemingly much less homework then I anticipated. I will probably talk about my Senior Project (Prerequisite to graduate in the California school system in which I choose any topic and make a 7-10 page paper & physical project to define and support my ideas and proposititons
). Other then that, happy trails to y'all.
September Posts: To be decided . . . October Posts: To be decided . . . November Posts: To be decided . . . December Posts:
To be decided . . .
So I'm browsing the internet like any other lousy American on a day off, eventually progressing to YouTube videos. That is when I came across a very kicking Living Tombstone remix of the song "Let It Go" from Disney's newest hit, Frozen. So I decided to finally watch the movie after approximately a year. Now I understand what all the craze was for. The movie truly captured the "family tone" that they are famous for, emphasizing the importance of love between not your loved one, but your family too. Having such a connection and compassion for the one you love so that you solidify yourself from her, to protect her from yourself. But most importantly, to give one life for another, even when given the "chance" to save yourself. I watched this movie, not for the entertainment value, but for the moral value. Something that will live further, similar to that from My Little Pony. With such elegance and wonderful presentation. I always found it difficult to impose moral values into a movie, especially a kid's movie, and execute it with such beauty. Using the cold as both a physical and metaphorical separation between two close sisters, only to truly bring them closer together than any other way imaginable. [Insert creative pun with words "let it go" in it].