Yesterday was the SUNY Cortlands Spring Fling concert and we had the new rising artist Wiz Khalifa come perform for us. The Wiz concert was sold out like everyone expected. I wanted to be front row and lean against the bar because last year I had a great time in the front row for Kid Cudi. Desperate times call for desperate measures so for me to be front row I had to sacrifice the fun I could of had for the 3 and a half hours of being early in line. The concert started at 8pm and I was in line at 4:30. I was the 3rd person in line and the line grew longer faster than my heart was beating when I won my tournament the previous night. The wait in line was boring and cold but in the end it was worth it. I was against the bar like I hoped and was very comfortable leaning on it. The concert was amazing and Wiz Khalifa had the crowd going wild. Everyone was throwing their hands up and rocking to the music. I personally was fascinated by his ring and necklace on his finger..I saw my reflection in it because that's how shinny it was. I would not be shocked if it cost more than my house. Overall, the Wiz concert was great and I would definitely go see him again. I was able to capture some amazing pictures that are below.
Who I AM
- Hello everyone, I am 23 years old and a Physical Education. I graduated from SUNY CORTLAND upstate New York. I am currently getting my masters in HPER at Emporia State University in Kansas.I currently work at Malverne High School as a leave replacement for physical education. I also teach 1 health and physical education class at the middle school for their district. I love volleyball and I am very competitive. I like challenges and being pushed to my limits. I've done some amazing DVD workouts such as Insanity and Insanity Asylum and P90X2. They can change your physical appearance tremendously. Your results are based on what you give in, how much you will push yourself, how much pain you can take and keep pushing knowing it will only benefit you. How much sweat are you willing to sweat? I believe that every person in this world can make a difference in a positive way, my way is by teaching. This blog is mainly from my undergraduate degree but I tend to add more post as I continue my career.