Startrek and Airports

I think way too much. I over think, and then while I am over thinking I under think. Confusing, right? Often is the brain of someone who actually uses their brain. Just a thought (ahah).

So yesterday I wanted to make an awesome stencil. It was the first face i had ever done. I had to figure out a way to use the shape of his head. So my idea was to create a shadow bad cut out around his head then i could just cut out the his eyes, nose and rigid jaw line like so. These were the amazing results. I could use no other face then the one and only Captain Picard. I hope you enjoy. If you want me to make a stencil of someone else just ask. Although I know you won’t. But that’s fine.


On Monday I am flying out to Illinois to see some family who are graduating and a certain girlfriend. =)

expect frequent posts and pictures from the south as I intend to take many photos. I actually am looking forward to flying as I have had many interesting experiences at airports. I remember being in Salt Lake and I was waiting through a 3 hour lay over. Blah… Not fun. But waiting and sitting this older guy sat next to me and chatted it up. He was kind of a hippie and very insightful. He told me about all the places he had been (which was all over the place), where he was from, his big wild farm and his 14 something dogs. I hope to run into more people and try to talk. I think talking with new people is always a good way to learn more about the world. I would hate to be confined into talking to the same “chosen” people forever (unless is was Sara). I love my friends, but I believe it helps to talk to a stranger sometimes if you happen to be in an airport. A friend of my family hitch hikes for this specific reason. There is something truly amazing about meeting someone from a different walk of life. I hope someone who reads this takes it into consideration. You never know what life has in store for you…


3 responses to “Startrek and Airports

  1. Great post, sweeeeet shirt. 🙂

    Sometimes I catch myself closing myself off from strangers, and talking to them… often I am so focused on a particular goal to be completed, or just plain preoccupied, that I blot everyone else out. This is something I’m working on!

    I do hope you have a great time in Illinois. I will miss you.

  2. It always makes me so sad when people complain about strangers talking to them in public places; my dad is incredibly adept at making new friends while standing in line, sitting on a plane, you name it. It’s a skill I think we should all adopt – what a better world it would be, eh?

  3. Some days I wake up and could embrace the world and other days I am strangaphobic.

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