Well, my vacation in Los Angeles has come to an end. It went by so quickly! Unfortunately, I was quite sick during my time there so I wasn’t able to do much. I did spend a lot of time with family, which is very important to me, so that was nice! Here’s a few photos from my time here. Enjoy!
A little fact about me: I love flying. Always have, always will. I’ve been an avid flyer since I was a wee baby, and since my parents separated when I was small, I was on an airplane a few times a year. When I started flying by myself (big kid moment), my parents told me to always sit by the window so that I could keep my eyes on the ground until the plane got higher and higher and they faded away. I love watching the clouds dance in the sky, I love being able to watch the sunset/sunrise from above the clouds, it gives me a peculiar sense of happiness knowing that only myself and my fellow aircraft passengers are seeing this rare view on top of the clouds. It’s peaceful up here in the sky.
My cold remedy must-haves. If you’re getting the sniffles and need to get better quickly, I strongly suggest these products! They make me feel better so fast and they don’t taste like medicines.
I used to hate Lena Dunham. But I was wrong in doing so, because I had no grounds on which to dislike her. I have never watched her act, I have never seen her in an interview, I don’t follow her Twitter, I don’t even know what her voice sounds like. I was basing my distaste toward her on her fashion sense and haircut (the epitome of judging a book by its cover). However, that being said: I gave her a chance, I bought her book, I’m reading her book and I am falling in love. Since I started reading “Not That Kind Of Girl,” I’ve noticed that her and I are freakishly alike, I agree with a lot of things she has to say and I can relate to a lot of her life experiences. To tell you the truth, I wish I’d given her a chance a lot sooner. Even if you aren’t a fan, I strongly suggest you pick up her book, seriously it’s so good.
Golden hour at the cemetery. You know, I was going to leave that caption as a pretentious one-liner, but I actually have something to say about cemeteries. I have a lot of deceased loved ones scattered in many different cemeteries all over the globe. But I don’t feel their presence there. Sure, we had their funeral in that spot, and their remains are there, but as for their actual soul? It isn’t in a cemetery. But that’s not why I like to sit in cemeteries. I like to come here because cemeteries are quiet, they’re often empty and they’re so peaceful for me.
How cute is this Jack Skellington cookie?! (Side note: That is black coffee in the mug, before I added in coconut/almond milk creamer. I can’t stand bland/bitter coffee so I have to add stuff to it. Almost to the point where it doesn’t taste like coffee anymore!)
I hope you guys had a great weekend and are having a fun Wednesday (humpdaaaaay, sorry I had to…) I’ll be on planes all day. Smile lots!