I never get to travel a lot that’s why my most visited state is New York. And if I’m lucky, we get to visit Virginia to visit some family – but I haven’t really explored Virginia that much as like I said, we are just visiting family whenever we are in the state! So then, the first state I solo-traveled is Rhode Island. I honestly didn’t thought that I’d be taking a vacation this year – and that I will be able to go to another state!
To those people who personally know me, knows that I don’t go out that much. I’d rather stay at home – watch Netflix, a series or play video games. And for someone who is shy, quiet and awkward- this trip is really big and it did meant something for me, I must say, one of the things I have achieved before I reach 30.
I really don’t plan on going anywhere this year to be honest. I have dream places/states to visit, but it’s not my year yet. Besides, before I asked my parents about this trip, I am not a 100% sure that they’ll allow me to– but surprisingly, they did.
Finally got time to catch up with my blog. After a month and some, I’ve finally posted some photos from our one day Washington D.C. trip.
Life has been the same. I’m feeling alright and work’s busier than before but it’s still good. Now, this Life Lately post is just my excuse to share you all some of the things that had happen in my life experience so far! And an excuse to share you all the photos I have on my phone.
So let’s begin…
This is a long overdue post. I’ve been meaning to share few photos from that trip but time and work stuffs are in the way and honestly, been playing video games every single day! But here I am trying to work on this post again – for the nth time!
Labor Day this year — 2018, my family and I visited Washington D.C and explore a few place for a day.
We were all ready around 4 in the morning and headed out to barge in the road for good ol 3-hours. Surprisingly I didn’t sleep while on the road knowing that I only got like 2 hours sleep, maybe it was because of the coffee.
It’s been a while since I posted in here. I try to draft posts here and there but I feel like my drafts are getting sadder and sadder each day. So might as well leave that on drafts for now.
So, how are you all? While I am slacking on posting and writing blogs – I am doing good, keeping myself busy with work and other things. I am well and healthy, that’s good right?
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I admit, I always miss hearing Sunday masses. The last time we heard mass was probably last January, few days before our interview (which I might post in few weeks or so). But I always talk to him like literally every night before I go to sleep. And every day I wake up I try to read what’s on my daily verse.
And He knows about my relationships – everything about them. Including all the tears and laughter, including those pain I feel – He knows all about it.
New York is a city of big views and spectacular sights. From the Empire State Building to the Statue of Liberty, there are no end of elite landmarks to check out. But what happens once you’ve seen them all? Today, let’s run through four things you can do in the Big Apple which don’t involve heading to one of these spots of interest.
Yes, I am just writing this now…in March.
Our main reason why we visited Princeton this time was because my sister had this project in school that she had to try on some bakery and some sorts, and since we thought Princeton has few spots, so why not.