I’ve been meaning to learn Spanish for a very long time, and I finally downloaded the app Duolingo, which has made that possible (It is unclear if the title of this post is correct.) On another note, I’m really hungry, so as I decide whether to not be lazy and make something or to cross …
After a lovely weekend back at Amherst, enjoying all of the parties without the emotional burden of graduating, I found myself back in New York, looking forward to my wonderful friend CJ’s graduation dinner.
Just a year ago, I was lounging around in my dorm room, napping on various patches of grass on various parts of campus, worrying only about whether I should go to 4:30 dinner or do a double meal before I went to go drink.
I don’t think I’ve actually eaten a “bun” in a while, but the sun is out! And this bun is in no shape to be out yet because of all of the below:
After traveling Italy with my mom, I switched gears and made the move to southern France to see my friend Evelyn, who is working as a teaching assistant in Montpellier.
As the winter came to a steady and long-overdue halt, I found myself in Italy, reunited with my momma.
For me, there is nothing more enjoyable than eating good food with good friends.
If you have a 3D printer, feel free to bring the following photos to life. Otherwise, imagine yourself eating delicious food and escape the reality of potentially drowning in snow.
The other night, I found myself at a happy hour at Dos Caminos on Third Avenue. While it’s usually known as a lively Mexican restaurant, on this snowy Saturday afternoon, it became the hub for any and all post-grad degenerates.
We are in school for most of our youth, which means for most of our youth, we have set vacation times. VACATION IS GOD SEND.