SAT stands for me (Samantha Anne Thomas)
I have officially folded. Hello blogosphere. In my quest to learn about a new place, plan and peruse my next move and stay connected I am writing to you.
As a twenty-something, I have hit my quarter-life crisis. Like many, after finishing my undergrad (in debt), serving two consecutive years in AmeriCorps and still feeling a bit lost in the current economic state, I have decided to take new actions.
I take bold risks (often uncalculated, one day I will hire a good acutary) because I value process, engaging and possibilities. Often, I am over-saturated with ideas and ideologies so I am investing time in focusing my vision. I am finally putting my free-spirit and passions into action.
This equates to:
1) packing a few things and moving
2) achieving creative endeavors
3) continuing to support education reform
4) engaging in my inquiry of place: the natural, built and cultural.
5) lastly, supporting a guy, named Kai, who builds wooden boats.
So I begin…
This is an investigation of my daily observations and musings. With the theme of the relativity of color; a color has many faces. See picture below. (adapted from Josef Albers, Interaction of Color)