I really love cereal and toaster waffles. When you don't have anything to do the next day, you can sleep in. When you don't have anything to do during the day, you can sleep. 4. Sabrina Spellman and Cory Matthews totally get me. DVR is a beautiful thing. I need a passion. And more goals. I … Continue reading Twenty-One Things I’ve Learned Since Graduation
Photo cred: Chris Sison It really bugs me when people say "San Fran" instead of San Francisco. Don't get me wrong, I'm all about rhyming, but not when it comes to this. When people who aren't from here say it, it bothers me because it's like when someone who doesn't even know you gives your … Continue reading San Francisco
I think I'm still on Hawaii time. Although I think I was always kinda on California time, so maybe now I'm on some weird time schedule of my own. Anyway, I'm in a rut and can't sleep and can't clean and can't do anything. (You can't do anything!) So here's another random list of my … Continue reading Procrastination Exasperation
The other day I had a dream that I hadn't turned in an assignment for class, and I hadn't studied long enough for my finals, and then I showed up late to a final. I was frightened awake, and it took a few minutes for me to realize that I had already taken all of … Continue reading Job Applicant
Well it is finished. I graduated from the University of California at Santa Barbara on June 12, 2010 with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Economics and a minor in Education. Now I'm back home in South San Francisco putting off getting started in the real world.
Most of my friends know about my love for Home Depot. I love the smell, the big orange building, the warehouse-design, the slightly slippery floor, and the fact that you can find so many random things if you know how to look. Something about big buildings that house various home amenities. One of my favorite … Continue reading Toilets
"An era is defined as a significant period of time. Now, it was significant to me, maybe it wasn’t significant to you!" Well, Senior Year is over. And this is how it went. Fall Christine and I led this year's transfer girls Bible study. It was different than we thought it would be, and … Continue reading "It’s the End of an Era"