I decided to spend #Summer2k18 in Tallahassee. Here are the pros and cons of such decision. PROS: Parking availability. VIP parking right next to my classes. Less people on the road, campus, gym, library, etc. The world is mine (and a select few). CONS: Hace un calor de [redacted]. It's hot. Rain, rain, and more … Continue reading Summer In Tallahassee
On February 9th, I packed my car up and drove north to Georgia to see Tyler the Creator in concert the following day. I stayed at a cozy AirBnB in Duluth (about 30 minutes from Atlanta). It was cloudy, gloomy, and rainy all weekend but Georgia was still enjoyable. I visited the Atlanta Contemporary Museum … Continue reading ATLANTA & DULUTH, GA
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Just a couple of friends who decided to travel someplace cool for Spring Break. Puerto Rico, you treated us well!
It's been a while since I've last posted on my blog & I have a feeling every one of my intros from here on out will start that way. Life gets busy, what can I say? Winter break was fun! I got to reconnect with my closest friends as well as make some new ones. … Continue reading The Start of Spring Semester
First week of college and we got hit by hurricane Hermine. Now, a month into college, things are settling down, and so far it's going well! There are so many things happening on campus all the time. There was an involvement fair last week where I signed up for a bunch of different clubs–Advertising Club, Portuguese Club, … Continue reading The Start of College
Lately, things have been an endless cycle of school, study, homework, college apps, college essays, work, and (maybe) sleep. I sort of just want to fast forward to the part of my life where I can start enjoying life. I want to live! Not only exist.
My mom bought this book for me. It's about the University of Florida and the academics, organizations, campus, admin, etc. The fact that she bought this & gave it to me shows how near the future is. I would go to parks and meet other kids and tell them I was sixteen when I was … Continue reading In The Midst of The Now Lies The Future