Seeing how Sam approaches things has really given me a new perspective towards my younger siblings.  I mean, sure, I look out for my brother and sister . It’s practically in my blood.  But they look out for me too and that’s just as important.  Sometimes I don’t get them at all and sometimes they don’t get where I’m coming from, but we’re still family.  Being, I dunno, reminded of that has changed my outlook on life quite a bit.  Sure, we bicker.  We argue about our music and we sure as hell have difficult time when it comes to calling “shotgun!” but we’ve got each others backs when it comes down to it.

I guess what I’m trying to say is: thanks for being there.  Thanks for portraying the “other” side of the story.  Because I don’t think I’d have identified with it if Sammy had been anyone else.

-Sousie (via @carry-on-my-wayward-oneshots)

band memes from my marching band

-the “i the power of god and anime on my side” video

- our director using slang

-a really tiny trumpet player they call fishy

-ya yeet

-six hours till lunch

-ya ya? ya ya

-“im lopez squared and i have these exact shoes - get up!”

-a sousa lifting up a car

- guess that neck!

-“i only joined marching band because of the mac and cheese at camp”

-the low brass spirit rock painted green

-no swearing this is a christian server

-octoball vs gaga ball


-godammit sousy!

anonymous asked:

Does your band call the sousaphone a "Sousie" and do you guys use Sousie flips as visuals? And final question: is it weird that my Sousie section seceeded from the band 5 years ago with our drumline and we have a flag?

No, yes, and not at all that is awesome! If you search around Youtube you can find a video of my band doing a sousa flip back in 2013.