Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Hello friends,

             Seriously, long time no talk! Yeah...... I don't know why I haven't been dedicated to my own blog honestly. I've been looking back on it, and it's had it's moments of good times. However, I want to start over, create a new and improved blog. It will be just like Day Traveler, although more quality images and things to hopefully inspire myself and new ideas. For those who ask me about it, I will keep you updated, give you info on the new website and everything! In the meantime, I guess I'm just going to prepare some photos for it. I've just been stuck, my lens kinda broke so I'm waiting on that, as well as saving up for a better camera. Just trying to get motivation again before I completely quit on something I know that I will regret.

Love you all, you guys are great,

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Oh The Places You'll Go

So it has been a fun relaxing week welcoming Spring back into our lives.
No school, no worries, and no stress.
Unfortunately the time has come where I have to put myself back into reality
and begin the fundamentals of work and education again.
Here are the tons of photos that I promised you.

Currently, my sister took a week off school and work to come up and visit me in San Jose.
She brought her friend Aimee and I'm so happy they are here!
We spent the day in beautiful San Francisco.

Totally ditched a few classes to take her here. 
It was well worth it.

Over break, the boys took me hiking at the Pinnacles in Hollister, CA.
We got to explore some caves and had the thrill of slipping and falling on the trails.

I loved everything about that place.
So freaking green and serene!

Chris then took me on a motorcycle ride to Santa Cruz.
Kinda a tradition,  since we also went to Santa Cruz last year.
It couldn't have been a better day. The skies kept us warm, was able to enjoy a nice
lunch on the boardwalk, had swift latin dancers to keep us company, and had a lovely time with his family at the end of the day. I really owe it to Chris for making my time away from home more comforting. He really did a fantastic job of making this Spring Break a fun filled adventure.