And it was amazing!
Go watch it!
Just wanted to take a quick second to show you this awesome video I found while in Facebook! It’s of a town in Mexico that borders where I live.
The city’s youth orchestra surprised the public in a shopping mall with a flashmob, only that this wasn’t a dance! (I’m tired of those, aren’t you?) In lieu of its soon release (6 days to be precise!) they played the Star Wars theme song. HYPE!!
(I tried to embed it but wordpress didn’t let me. Sorry folks. You can still watch it even if you don’t have a Facebook. But I’m pretty sure everyone has now nowadays. Wait, my mom doesn’t have one.. Ok, maybe not everyone! But yeah!)
That video made me so happy! It helps as a distraction for those having a bad day and it is something different for our community that promotes a wonderful thing: MUSIC! And let’s not forget, Star Wars!! (Sorry, I’m just so excited with all of the promotions for this movie).
hiya friends! how’ve you been? i hope well :) this past monday boyfriend, his band, and i went to austin because they had a gig. i really like that city. it’s so youthful, has delightful architecture, and the people i’ve talked to have been so nice. oh, and its motto is “keep austin weird” which is..interesting, haha.
here are some photos from our trip, accompanied with a few transitions like those in Frasier. well maybe not as clever, but i tried! (please tell me you understand that reference?! brownie points if you do!)
the boys love a good beer, but this time we didn’t order any; just three orders of wings and two potato soups. THEY WERE SO GOOD! we couldn’t finish all of them though. too many.
it’s the second time the boys play here. as always, it was a good show.
I still ask myself why I didn’t apply for this university.. it looks challenging, yet amazing.
after the show we somehow got hungry again and boys decided to give this restaurant, Big Bite, a try. they serve these big sandwiches with multiple things in them. david and i shared one that had chicken strips, french fries, and mozzarella sticks, all drenched in buffalo sauce and ranch. yes, that sounds, and is, extremely fatty, but that combination was tasty! total college food.
one of the many, many murals in this city.
we slept over at our friend’s apartment in a little town – that by the way is so cute! – about 30 minutes from the capital. (oh, and she owns a chinchilla named mango! how cool is that?) we ventured downtown, got smoothie king, shopped in a store full of cool knickknacks, and ate tacos. (gosh, we sure do eat a lot..)
does my writing transpire the excitement i felt? pardon my thoughts being out of order and my constant use of exclamation marks and sophomoric adjectives. these were two fun days!
what have you been up to friends? :) boyfriend and i are up to our neck in finals. it’s not fun. if you, too, are in finals, we understand your pain and are here cheering for ya! be safe, be well, have a little fun! and have a very good day.
I am studying abroad and taking a class during the winter break.
I have mixed emotions.
I was beyond excited after receiving my “Congratulations! You’ve been accepted!” letter.
As the date approaches, part of me has been like “WHAT’S WRONG WITH ME!? WHAT DID I DO?!”
Another part of me cannot believe I am going to the other side of the world. It makes me feel kind of brave.
The girly part of me wants to shop for clothes before departing, if I must be honest.
But overall, I am proud of myself for going to all of those department heads and asking for signatures, for facing the dean, and for submitting my application– regardless of what everyone told me about the food, the culture, the diseases, the dangers, the multiple “You’re crazy,” the “You don’t know what you’re talking about,” and the sweet “You’ll get the worst diarrhea of your life!” from my sincere coworker.
I don’t care. I’ve always wanted to go. It’s a once in a life time chance and I took it.
I leave in twenty days for twenty days.
Is that too much info to put out in the internet? Oh well, I am happy!
tonight we ran around town looking for a place to eat. we wanted tacos, but all the good, authentic mexican food places were already closed. we probably spent an hour searching. guess where we ended up eating: burger king.
we then ran back home to turn in homework that was due midnight.
my sister took this picture of us in front of the christmas tree before we left. too bad it didn’t come out :\ maybe next time!
i really love this man and our little adventures.
now we’re off to bed. goodnight!
p.s: this is my 100th blog post. yay!