Concrete jungle where dreams are made of!!🎶
I know I haven't posted in awhile. So I wanted to give y'all a little life update. Y'all haven't missed much. I've just been busy at school and work. We've been meal prepping every weekend for over a month now! It's exhausting though. I don't think I've lost any weight but I don't feel sluggish after eating anymore. One more week until I will be finished with my studio project. I'm so excited to create a separate post for that and give you a complete break down of my project. I''m also in the process of applying for the study abroad program. My top choice is Iceland, then Paris, Morocco, Japan or Greece. It's really expensive and I don't know how I'll pay for most of it but I feel like I still need to try. Anyway, if that goes well I'll be posting about that too. ^.^
But back to the best news of all: New York 2019!
Jorge's cousin was planning a trip and invited us along. It felt like a whim but we decided why not? :D We will be leaving Dec. 18th and returning Dec. 23rd. I am so excited about this trip. I wore boots in the snow once and I was slipping all over the place. I don't know what to expect for New York. I'm going to have to get new winter clothes or a long coat and ear muffs at the least. And how am I going to pack all that?! Can I make my usual bag work? Will we share a suit case? So much I don't know yet and that's what makes it so exciting! I can't wait to tell y'all all about it! :)
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