Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Paying it Forward

Before my time in Alabama, my intent was to sell these limited edition posters to raise money to help cover the expense of my trip. But after going through the M experience, I've realized it’s more important to me that talented designers continue to have the opportunity to attend Project M. Proceeds from the posters, therefore, will help someone attend project M next year who might not otherwise have the means to do so. For $35, you can donate and get a free poster to help me pay it forward.

Thanks in advance!

Friday, July 18, 2008

Project M Lab

For more info on the Project M Lab, please visit

Thursday, July 10, 2008

Better Late than Never, Right?

I finally got my new power cord in the mail today! That said, I know the following vids I posted are old, but good memories. 

Hey... What's going on?

We're veering off in the wrong direction (on our way to getting lost in the backwoods of 'Bama) while singing the question, "What's Going On?" (Vid is about 4 minutes long.)

My Humps... The NOW CD and Tuscaloosa Car Ride.

Driving home from Tuscaloosa with my newly purchased, old NOW CD. Good times. Check out Serah's moves.

Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Custer is less than impressed.

Project M at the rodeo. Everyone appears to be having a good time, except for Custer... What an asshole. ;)

Monday, July 7, 2008

Top 10 M 2008 Moments

In no particular order...
— Katy's Napkin Fire at Dinner.
— SMead's Great Fashion Finds.
(Her jumpsuits/rompers. One even features a butt ruffle or jumpsuit bustle.)
— Coke Float Martinis with Bill and Ann.
— The 5 hours we spent in TOXXXIC INK getting our M cult tattoos.
— John's Animal-Themed B-Day Party.
— Getting a compliment and nod of approval on our table from Johnny Parker. (Quite a turn-around from the first time I met him. Within 20 minutes of arriving in Greensboro, I was deemed "Dumbass" and Charlotte was deemed "Dipshit" by Johnny as we struggled to install a window unit.)
— Random outbursts of song during our car rides. (4 Non Blondes)
— Our near-death experience at the rodeo.
— Our covert, "Catfish in the pond tonight" activities.
— Hanging out with all the cool people of Greensboro and our advisors.

Back to Life, Back to Reality

I'm sure that many of us are feeling what it's like to return to a familiar life that is somehow different because we feel completely changed.
I think it is important to never forget how powerful we are and how much we can impact, in Alabama, in our hometowns, at our jobs, with our families and friends.
The ability you feel when you implement a good idea and make it a reality is equally achievable in your life as it is at Project M.
I'm back at my office with a whole new view of the world. And I thank everyone at Project M for it.