Mission coffee is the place to be for everyone who just graduated!
Me (in the middle) with 2 ppl who both have a very successful future ahead of them, I’m sure of. Jon is creating a golden resume for jobs and just got an interview today. Teresa (right) is about to leave for her new job at Google in NY. And I’m studying for LSATs and getting ready for law school. Can’t wait to see where we’ll all be in 5-10 years!
So people always ask me how the hell I’m gonna live by myself after graduation…
AND I DON’T KNOW. I love my friends and being surrounded with people and fun. Even if it means cleaning toilets that other ppl use. May 14th is a day I’ll never forget! It was my very last sungod and it wouldn’t have been the same without certain lovely people. And I don’t mean Drake or Michelle Branch.
In the photo above is Emily, Tam, & Huiling. There’s only 4 weeks left of this and it is quiiteeee depressing.
As much as I’d love to take risks and go on adventures, it wouldn’t be fun without my friends. Fasho. End of story.
Salsa night at Prospect was AMAZING. Bachata isn’t the easiest type of salsa to learn, but Tony and Maria Caligagan are probably the best teachers you can get in San Diego. Everything looks so ridiculously easy and beautiful when they move. Anyway, even though Maria teaches the latin dance class that I’m taking at school, Tony also teaches at UCSD…
they’re married : )
»Tony and Maria teaching all of us salsa and bachata.
» Look at all the people who showed up for the free lesson! I couldn’t believe this, but there were actually too many guys, so some of them had to sit out. In class, the M:F ratio is probably around 1:4…So ladies out there, Prospect is the place to go on Mondays if you’re sick of dancing w/out a partner.
Can’t wait ‘til next Monday!