China was a beautiful inspiration in so many different ways and it was an experience that I wish to have over and over until I no longer can. I’ve had a thirst for discovery and knowledge and other cultures for as long as I could remember but I’d never had a chance to actually act on any of this and experience them. China gave me that chance and I am eternally grateful for it.
I’ve been away for a while. A long while. Partially because of college, work and newspaper. Mainly because I really enjoy sleeping and binge watching. Anyway, I’ve also spent a lot of time organizing and planning a trip that I plan on taking next May. I’m very excited but I want to wait to give more details until I know that everything is concrete.
A few of the science classes at my school decided to take a trip to the bodies exhibit this week. By a few, I actually mean 7. Biology,Psychology, Anatomy,Physics and chemistry classes all went on the trip and some teachers brought multiple classes.My friends, Christine and Jade, were my companions for the day and we managed to have a lot of fun eating frozen yogurt and studying dead bodies.
After an amazing pep rally at my school(for a game that we sadly loss) I went out with my friend Christine.
I’m entering my senior year in High School and I’ll be applying to college soon. like about a month and a half. So in narrowing down my options, I’ve decided that Spelman is my number one choice. And since it’s in Atlanta which is only half an hour away from where I live, I made an appointment this past Friday to visit as soon as I was sure I wanted to go.
There’s really only a few things that I want out of my life. I want to be happy and have a lifestyle with enough freedom to do what I want whenever I decide to. I also want to travel. Everywhere. All the time. Forever.
I’ve never really been the type of girl to get really excited about things like prom, but I love getting dressed up and doing new things so I wrestled with myself for months over whether I’d go then I finally decided for sure that I would go, one week before prom.
I’m a member of the Red Cross Club at my school so I signed up for what I thought was a blood-drive scheduled for this past Saturday. Turns out it was actually the Brookhaven Cherry-Blossom festival.
I spent a very busy weekend out neglecting to do schoolwork and enjoying the “return” of warm Georgia weather. Ahh. I take a class at Georgia Tech so I was in downtown Atlanta and decided to hang out for a little while afterward.
Today was a “snow day” which means school gets cancelled because there is a “threat” of snow and ice,not actual snow and ice. I bummed around and watched Netflix for a while but I bore easily…