I'm off dA for a week only to find out that I've hit the 30k mark. Whoever it was that hit that mark, thanks so much. That just made my return trip from New York worth while.
My first trip to the east coast may have been a cold and rainy one, but it was a very memorable one. I'm also glad it didn't rain on the day of my cousin Josh's wedding. I may not have been able to visit my uncle's grave, but I was able to meet my cousins John, Josh, Javier, Justine and Sarah for the first time in 15 years.
These past two weeks were stressful, but rewarding. First graduation, then Fanime, then the New York and then the three day train ride back home,
As of one month from today, I'll be graduating from CSULB after four long, tough, but very member-able years. I transferred to Long Beach, from Mt San Antonio College (S.A.C.) as a Marine Bio Major but changed to Communications, which was one of the hardest things I had to do. By studying Communications, I began to see the world in ways I never knew. I've taken a fascination about non-verbal communications, family relationships and communications, pop-culture and communications, and perhaps one of my favorite topics; gender and theories of communications.
My graduation goals is to secure a full/part time job anywhere, even if its
I can't believe its been ten years since that day: Tuesday September 11th, 2001. For me it seems only like it was yesterday.
I can see the events as plain as the day it occurred; it was typical Tuesday morning for me and my family. Back then I was a junior at West Covina High School. I was beginning my daily routine; wake up at 6 am and have breakfast then go back to sleep and later wake up as 7am and be on the road at 7:30am. I turned on the TV to Good Day LA on FOX and what I saw was so shocking, I was wondering if I was still dreaming, but I wasn't. The World Trade Center was on fire. Just as my mother, my sister and I were getting ready