Sunday, April 26, 2009

For The World

“Some people never go crazy, What truly horrible lives they must live”- Charles Bukowski

Saturday, April 25, 2009

The Aftermath

So today I cut my hair.
I walked into the salon for a "slight trim, more layers, same length!!"
I left the salon with 5 INCHES cut off :/
It's quit the depressing situation, but I'm trying to make the most of it.
(P.S. Note that the above photograph doesn't necessarily show the actual length of my hair, it's tied back in a hideous ponytail)

I have a big Induction Dinner for Phi Theta Kappa, and I'll be honest...I'm kinda worried on making my hair situation resolved. Please pray for me!! On the bright side, my friend has decided to lend me her precious Armani dress to wear tomorrow-let's all just hope it'll counter balance my lack of hair style (ha).

I MUST be on a concert/show streak these days! Today (or should I say yesterday?) I saw Judgement Day, Black Kids, and Mates of State :) it was a wonderful show!! Of course I opted to purchase the tickets for this event only for the classic performance of the amazing duo Kori and Jason. The two cannot be anymore wonderful. Unfortunately, I did not have a camera to capture the performance (it is quite a big dilemma considering I couldn't find my charger :/). I only left the venue that night with a few poor quality photographs of them on my phone and the memory of such an epic performance-I think I did pretty well!

By the way, just to make ya'll jealous....I just found out that I'm going to be seeing Animal Collective next month-wooohooo!

Monday, April 20, 2009

Heat Brings Insanity

Today was a staggering 104 degrees.

This excruciating hot weather has made me turn to my air conditioned room with what I now decided-more so than the melting air, is the most lethal thing to expose to me:
my labtop= Internet Shopping

This reminiscent summer weather has had me thinking about summer and how much i've miss the beautiful seasonal dresses. Today I visited TopShop, and i'm pretty sure that I will be living on the streets soon if I continue at the rate that I am of shopping online (ha). I haven't made any purchases yet, but here are favorite picks of the dresses they have.

Unique Suede Drape Dress, $600 (obviously I won't be able to purchase this one)

Woven Jersey Tunic Dress, $80

Zip Back Casual Dress, $70

Slashed Dress By Marios Schwab, $110

Candy Stripe Strapless Dress, $100

Graphic Vest Dress, $44

Silk Jersey Dress, $80

Man, I need a job. (no i'm not lazy, school consumes my life)

Saturday, April 18, 2009

The Scoop

Bloggers i've missed you all! The ever so devious month of April has taken much of my blogging time with a heavy schedule. In a nut shell, I consumed the beginning of the month with finshing large assignments to get ready for my long overdue Spring Break. This year I took a trip up north to visit university campuses-which hopefully I will be transferring to in about a year or so. The following week after (this week) was the Jenny Lewis show (!!) and AS Elections at my college (which today I found out that I successfully won my position for, yay!). As most of you all know by now, I document most of my here's a little bit of a glimspe into what I was up to! Enjoy :)

A short description: we all took roughly about a 7 hour drive up north leaving the comforts of our Orange County homes and embarked on an adventure to the Bay Area. Here are the schools we visited: UC Davis, San Francisco State, UC Berkeley, UC Santa Cruz, and Monterey Bay State

The famous City Lights Bookstore which sadly closed down

A few photos of one of the many cool rooms in one of the many libraries at Berkeley

Some cool artwork we saw at San Fran State

APRIL 13, 2009
As many of my friends know, I have the biggest girl crush on Jenny Lewis and upon buying the tickets to her show (only because I am NOT seeing her at Coachella this weekend-DON'T ASK ME WHY!! sad story) I could not contain my excitement, which most of ya'll probably won't blame me for :)
The show was everything I hoped for, aside from me meeting her part...none of us we're lucky enough :/
Other than that, she put on an AMAZING EPIC performance. All of us that night were lucky enough to view her documentary (which will soon be release to the public I believe) of the making of Acid Tongue. The opening band was Dawes, which by the way wasn't too bad! According to Tori, "I think they are a mix of Fleet Foxes and Ryan Adams." I don't know, you all can decide for yourselves:

Some milestone moments:
1. was watching the audiences' reaction to Jenny playing "Godspeed" which she dedicated to all the women, one of which actually cried during the song
2. watching Jenny and Jonathan Rice cover "Love Hurts"-wonderful
3. lastly, nothing beats seeing them all perform "The Next Messiah", such an epic song!

Tuesday, April 14, 2009


No, I am not DEAD! Sorry guys, my internet has been down and I just got back from Spring Break. I'll be posting back to a regular basis soon I promise :) After all, I definitely had an interesting past couple of weeks!
Say tuned!