my time so far in this beautiful city has been spectacular, i don't even mind the suppressed, passive animosity shimmering off the locals and slapping me in my american face. the culture, the coffee, the croissants all make this place what it is, but sharing it with my momma makes it as special as it is. huhuhuhu (french laugh).
it is official... i have been bruintized. what a wonderful time at orientation, i feel so incredibly grateful to be able to call this school home. fantastic people, even better food. got a lot of looks carrying a camera around the whole time, but someone's gotta document its magnificence. looking forward to these next 4 years #ucla
In New York I... have the time of my life. Here's a little reflection on my journey: -DO NOT go on an enlarged United Red-Eye flight. just don't -Always check prices at food carts before purchasing, otherwise it's a guaranteed monopoly -get ready for a lot of public groping, NY is a very loving city -Times Square is not far enough from Central Park to use the subway, asking a local will get you a bewildered look and a scolding -ALWAYS wake up early. the city will act as your caffeine -NY will give you a voice. the cashier in Ray's Pizza will be surprised when you yell back (isn't that right Chan) -this place will be my home someday, i can feel it This trip truly was something special. thanks guys for sharing it with me.
Happy Birthday My Beloved Queen✨ The more I grow, the more I've come to realize all that you do for me, for the family, for this world. You amaze me each and every day with your gentle, kind, patient soul. I am so unbelievably lucky to have you as my Guardian, my #1.