Monday, February 25, 2013

I am really bad at this I need to be more consistent with thing that's probably never gonna happen though O'well. Anyways life really has been crazy lately. First off tryouts for Region Solo Ensemble is this week and I am barely adding members to my group talk about stressful. Then my grandma (mom's side) died about a week ago which was really hard and then it was my Grandparent's 60th Anniversary last Saturday. We took Pictures at the Capitol, with almost the whole family. I took some pictures there myself because the Capitol is so beautiful. 

It was snowing, I thought it made it prettier with all the white.
 This room is called "Rotunda" and basically the whole room is made of Marble it is a huge room and I think it is gorgeous. I think that it would be a great to host some dance there or something because its so big and has great acoustics.
This is one of the better pictures because all the people were finally leaving
Not only is the room amazing but just look at this Ceiling.
Until Next Time. . . (that I remember to do it)
Oops I forgot I'm doing this contest and i need to post my favorite Disney princess. . .Honestly I don't know anymore but My childhood favorite was Aurora.

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Hey its been a while but I decided to finally start a musical based off of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. If you are or want to write a musical here are some helpful tips I've found on Line. • Research • Take your time. • Don’t be scared of criticism. • See as many musicals as you can, on stage or screen. • Study the musicals you like and figure out what makes them tick. • Study the musicals you don't like and figure out what prevents them from ticking. You can sometimes learn far more by studying a flop than a flawless hit -- at the very least, look at flops as practical lessons in what not to do! • Since musicals are a collaborative art form, do your best to find collaborators you can work with comfortably. • Find or invent a story idea that gets you so excited you can spend five or more years of your life working on it with no promise (or even a reasonable hope) of it earning you a penny. • Structure your life in such a way that it leaves you daily time to write and/or compose. • Work only on projects you are passionate about. • Make sure your work has a genuine sense of humor. Too many new writers and composers tend to concoct "serious" musicals that bore audiences. • Don't waste time being afraid of messing up. Just write!!!! ~Sincerely Hoping People Read Yours Truly Keatley

Monday, April 2, 2012


So I've been Watching Naruto its a guy anime but i love it anyways... it's brilliant and the music is awesome. I also watched Princess Yucie which is a kids show i love it anyways. Then we have Merlin... it is so frustrating!!!! I mean really you haven't told Arthur your a Wizard Yet and how many opportunities have their been!!! Then on April 14th The Legend of Korra comes out i am so psyched... Which reminds me anyone seen Psych it is hilarious i recommend you watch it.
Ooh... I just watched The Muppets(the new movie)for the first time it was AMAZING!!!
Can't wait till Friday I get to see Zorro The Musical.
If anyone has suggestions on movies and TV Shows I should watch. Facebook or Email me.

-Sincerely Hoping People Read
Yours Truly

Sunday, March 4, 2012


WOW its been a while since I've posted anything give or take more than two years so i just thought I'd let you know I'm doing pretty good here and I'm going to Cottonwood next year YEA!!!

Thursday, November 27, 2008



Saturday, August 30, 2008


ooh touchy!!!!

Saturday, August 23, 2008


I feal bad for Matt.

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