About this Blog– by Gideon
This blog started out in July 2016. I had two very simple goals when starting it, to amuse and inform. Every piece on this blog is something I took time to sit down and write (and sometimes, research for). I do it because I love writing! So, sit back and let these words Aden and I write move you, make you happy or leave you in thought.
Gideon is the founder of this blog. He is currently trying to make it through high school. Sometimes he writes and always has too many opinions for his own good. He loves autumn days, the color green, grilled cheese sandwiches and being with his family. He doesn’t enjoy liars (to him, honesty is the best policy) and thinks that whoever founded Phoenix, Arizona is a madman (and the about 4 million who live in and around it are too). People often say he is likable, though he says way too many silly things and is very sarcastic. When he isn’t writing, he is enjoying himself acting in his school’s drama club, helping out as a class director for his school’s Key Club and giving back to his community as a Surprise Youth Council member.
His writing is mostly poetry and conversational essays (though he is trying to write short stories and a play now) and he only sings good in the shower (and he still ended up in a musical, singing). He strongly believes that people who write in the third person are narcissists.
The above picture is Gideon, and was taken in Tombstone, Arizona
Aden is the supposed “Newcomer” to this blog, with the main purpose of providing more frequent updates and perhaps a different view on some political topics. He is currently over-extended with theatre, show choir, work, music, and classes, though he thoroughly enjoys all of those subjects. He appreciates seeing all perspectives on a situation and having open and honest communication. People usually call him intelligent and mature to the point of intimidation. He does sing quite often, although he cannot speak to the quality of that singing. He has the role of site council representative at his school to advocate for the students and shape the school for the better. He ALSO believes that people who speak in third person are narcissistic (*cough cough* Gideon).