Chad Lowe

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    My audition for the film went pretty well today. It felt so nice to go in and not be a nervous wreck. I felt unusually confident because I really had no expectations. I just thought, "What the hell? Why not?" I didn 't even rehearse my song beforehand. Usually I am very diligent about rehearsing a song for an upcoming audition and as I listen to myself I start feeling like I must be crazy for thinking that I ever imagined that I could sing. My throat gets all constricted, I can 't hit the notes, I feel like never ending phlegm is threatening to choke me, and I can 't believe anyone has ever cast me in a musical before in my life! What were they thinking? They must have been deaf. Of course all of that just makes me freak out even more and by the time I get to the audition, I am convinced that I may just croak. Both vocally and literally. Since Bob is still out of town on business, I convinced Aaron to go with me. If only to just get out of the house and go for a drive. I feel such maternal guilt for leaving him all on his own on a Saturday afternoon. Which is one of the reasons I agreed to take him to the haunted Halloween thing from hell at Great America tonight. Good thing I don 't need to sing tomorrow because I will have no voice after my scream fest tonight. We brought Berlinda, our portable GPS, with us to help navigate the directions to the location of the audition. As we made our way through the streets of Fremont, it became clear that Berlinda was…

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    I parked my 2006 Red Toyota Corolla in between two yellow school buses. Gathering my crinkled coffee stained sheet music and my scratched viola case I began the familiar walk up to Bloomington High School’s glass doors. It was a chilly early morning but the sunrise warmed my face and as I reached the entrance to the school, the jumbled cacophony of sound coming from the gym on the left reached my ears. Snippets of the trumpet melody would ring out and the vibration of the low tuba sound could…

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    This summer I completed an internship for Northwest Diversified Machining, they create aerospace parts. The shop is run by a Navy Veteran. My supervisor was a very old fashioned man who didn’t share my same view point on the company but he was willing to work with me to see what I was trying to accomplish. Together we worked side by side with mutual goals of improving the company. My supervisors goal was to have me come up with a more efficient way to know what parts are in, worked on, and out…

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    professional rock climber and author, but also one of the first to climb the Shark’s Fin route on the Meru mountain in 2011. He, along with Jimmy Chin and Kevin Thaw, his climbing companions, were the first to climb the difficult peak on their second attempt. Before that much training was done. They practiced Hiking, Skiing, and many skills needed to climb the peak. As a climber, Anker had gone on many excursions. His main partner was his best friend: Alex Lowe. Lowe was one of the best climbers…

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    I would like to share some of my thoughts and hope you have a few minutes to read this with sincerity and truly reflect on it. I read your email about the 100th day and I have to say that I really do not understand and can’t pretend as if I do. I feel as if this activity is viewed as a cute little tradition that has to be continued because it’s tradition. You basically said to me Oh, it’s tradition so we can’t really cancel it. This really hurts my heart because I know how much it means to…

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