So just to clarify, I did not see 5SOS in concert nor did I meet them, but I am referencing how these last couple of weeks have felt as I’ve finished interning and have officially brought summer to a close. To believe that I will be starting my last first day of school tomorrow is equally terrifying and exciting, but I know it will be a great semester ahead 🙂 Continue reading “Five Seconds of Summer”
Disclaimer: long post, but lots of pictures!
After four years of living in California, I finally made it up to NorCal. Last weekend I visited the infamous San Francisco and I was head over heels in love. The moment I went across Bay Bridge Friday morning, I was already in awe of how beautiful the city was. Maybe it was the architecture, maybe it was the fact that I got all of two hours of sleep during that eight hour bus ride, or maybe I was partial towards the overcast, but I was very optimistic about my trip. For some background on why I was in San Francisco, I had no actual reason for being there. I simply wanted to go, found an open weekend, and had a very courteous friend, Ricardo, offer me a place to stay so I bought a bus ticket and made my way up. Continue reading “Save Me, San Francisco”
Well, as many of you know, I had the opportunity to go to Comic-Con International: San Diego this past Thursday! Though I was only there for one day, let me tell you, it was an EXPERIENCE. Upon arriving to the San Diego Convention Center, it’s no surprise why so many people attend this event every year. What originally was limited to the inside of the Convention Center has now poured out into the streets with advertisements and attractions galore. You could easily spend one day of the four-day exhibition outside alone. I had a very limited window to explore the main floor and panels given the fact that I was there for work, but I think for anyone interested in attending Comic-Con, these are things you need to know [in no particular order]: Continue reading “COMIC-CON”
(If only I could have put the American flag emoji as my title, but I think it works for now)
Now that I’m working full-time, I find that as much as I hate being at work all of the time, I would prefer to work than be sitting around doing nothing. So when we had the day off on Friday, I rather wished that I was collecting those hours, but it did allow me some time to go do things without the Saturday rush that I’ve had to become accustomed to. It was pretty shocking considering that it was a holiday weekend that places were not as crowded as I’d expected them to be, but I also wasn’t complaining. Continue reading “Fireworks_Drake.mp3”