I spent my 22nd birthday in New York City, stayed a few blocks lower than where I used to live a few summers back as an intern, and bummed around with a friend who I don’t get to spend nearly enough time with.
Friends come home, bonfire capabilities, and box dying my hair back to black.
We had a few days of summer here in Chicago.
I’ve been planning this trip to Boston to visit my friend Eva since 2013 when we first started college. Two months before she graduates, it finally happened.
I’m in Korea right now! Here’s a lil video of my first few days. On the airport bus on the way to my grandparents I saw a magical sunrise that seriously changed me. Then, as usual, the rest of it is mostly food. My dad and I flew in for just a week and a half, to spend time with my grandparents. Since I see them so infrequently, I feel like our connection is just strange. Mostly because I don’t know what it means and looks like to be good to them, other than gladly eating the food they feed me and spending time in the same space as them. I’m sure if you live far enough from your extended family, you understand this feeling. ALSO, I made an instagram so pls follow me 💕
This is old (ish). I posted it on youtube a few weeks back and forgot to also post it here. Another great reason 2 subscribe to me on youtube. In August, I went to Barcelona and Rome with my family, where I had the traumatic experience of loosing all of my footage in a mysterious macbook black hole. It was sad and I cried. So I only have footage from the tail end of the trip which includes our visit to the Amalfi Coast, which was one the most beautiful and breathtaking things I have ever experienced. You know how when people come back from trips and show you pictures they talk about how the images don’t do the sights justice. Well it’s true, and editing this video actually sorta bummed me out. Anyway, this video has no color edits or anything. Enjoy and see ya soon 🌸 ☞ Music : http://bit.ly/2damzjZ