After our AICE Lit exam this morning, Patricia and I went out to lunch at a lovely place called Ossorio's. We wanted the chance to talk as well as a reason to get together and exchange yearbook signings. She is one of my closest friends and I'm very fortunate to know someone so intelligent and caring. It will be hard to say goodbye in the fall, but I know she'll have an amazing time at Georgetown in Washington, D.C. studying International Relations. I wish her the absolute best in the future, but until we part, I hope we can spend more time this summer doing fun things. We already agreed to eat at the Thai restaurant not far from where we ate today!
On Sunday, Brianna hosted a garage sale in order to raise funds for college in California. She still has another year before she graduates so I applaud her early strides to make her dream a reality. As a fellow photographer/artist in the area, I love to support her any chance I can, so I gladly biked ten minutes or so to buy a few items. I ended up getting the dark brown photo frame and, albeit non-functioning, polaroid camera. Anything she doesn't sell in the next few weeks she plans to put on etsy or eBay, so I may be promoting her with a link or something.
A quick to-do list:
- Write thank you cards to various relatives
- Send Nicola's incredibly overdue package (you have no idea how bad I feel about this!)
- Register for classes
- Study for my last few exams (only five more to go)
- Watch all three seasons of Breaking Bad on Netflix (I finally caved for a month free trial)
- Seriously clean my room and my closet
Here is a video I made from various footage I or my brother/Puja took during Graduation and Project Graduation. Had I actually conceptualized this video BEFORE it happened, I think I would've included other awesome aspects of Project Graduation like laser tag, an inflatable obstacle course, a cash machine and the food. Note: If it's unfocused, it's because I didn't have control over the camera.
music: "Call It What You Want" -- Foster the People
I hope you are well!