In college, I continued to experiment and write music. My songs were deeply personal, and I saw my songs as a sort of singing diary. I was never good at expressing my feelings with words, but it seemed to come out rather naturally as music. I started a blog where I would post songs as I finished them, not really expecting anyone else to listen to them. The online community welcomed my music, and I found myself sharing my music and ideas with other bloggers and followers. My music projects have grown to incorporate themes of nature and the natural elements, but they are still emotive and deeply personal. As I continue to write music, I’m still fascinated and extremely grateful for the community of people that are a part of my music.