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Friendship

Friendship, My Jesus Year Challenge

Day 35 – Way Past My Bedtime

Ultimate FOMO with Ang kept me out about five hours longer than I thought I would be. What was meant to be a quick drink and goodbye after work ended up being 6 hours of laughter with great friends old and new. When you only get to spend mere hours with one of your favorite people over the course of years, you say F it and stay out late on a school night. And even though you know you’ll be paying for it at work in the morning, you’ll have no regrets.

Friendship, My Jesus Year Challenge

Day 15 – WCW: Poopinana

After writing my post a few days ago about having dinner with my friend Shaki, I got it into my head that I could (should?) use the ever popular Woman Crush Wednesday and Man Crush Monday hashtags to post about people in my life that inspire me. While most of them won’t be international celebrities, they are the stars in my life that bring entertainment, fulfillment, love, and joy. What could be better than that?

My inaugural Jesus Year WCW is going out to my friend Ana! (I already know she’s cringing behind her computer.)

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Friendship, My Jesus Year Challenge

Day 7 – Beautiful Friendships

Today’s “something beautiful” is twofold. First, the view from the parking deck every time I leave work always stops me for a minute. We’ve got great visuals on the sun setting to the West and of the Hollywood sign to the North. Part of the reason the view is so pretty to me, I’m sure, is because of that sweet sweet end of the day freedom. The other part? The palm trees dotting the skyline – I just love ‘em. Continue reading…

Friendship, Travel

Hometown Tourists

Hometown Tourists
Hometown Tourists
Hometown Tourists
Hometown Tourists
Hometown Tourists
Hometown Tourists
Hometown Tourists
Hometown Tourists
Hometown Tourists

This past Saturday, the roommate and I decided to play hometown tourists. We started the day at Father’s Office in Culver City before stopping by the Museum of Jurassic Technology…made our way to DTLA for some ice cream, browsed The Last Bookstore, had a failed attempt at Angel’s Flight, hit up the old LA Zoo at Griffith Park and had dinner at Universal City Walk. These photos depict some of our shenanigans that were not captured on Gail’s selfie stick.