Greetings reader!

     May has been a really exciting chapter in my life and I can't wait to share what has happened with all of you! But before I start storytelling, here is a list of favorites for the month of May:

the color seafoam

     Now onto this month's babble... At the start of this month, I already knew it was going to be really busy. It was pretty hard to balance everything, but I made it through. So, the first big event was when me and my friends went to Chicago! So. Much. Fun! We got to see around spanish neighborhoods (the trip was for our spanish class), see murals and go on a cruise. I almost forgot, but we took a dance class to and learned how to cha-cha and salsa. I had so much fun those two days and I wish we got to stay longer!

     Moving onto week—which was compiled of nothing except big tests to take! Not fun at all
:( But I made through.. I also had to make a speech for a school election, which I'm proud to say I did well in! Terrified at the start, with some words of encouragement, I was able to make it through and attend a nice banquet.
     With a great title also comes great responsibilities—and confusion and fights and etc. (You get the picture!) But again, everything worked seemingly
better at the end and will continue to need work. Once elections cooled down, final projects started to roll in. Although I only had two projects to do, Boy—did they sure count! I had to plan a wedding for spanish class, get all the accurate information and make a portfolio! It counted in place of our final for the class, so I had to make it look good! Same with my history project, except I was able to choose a project so I decided to make a game board... Not a good idea when you have several tests to study for all in one week. The best advice I could give anyone: Careful details can even make a rushed project look decent. So remember those words, my wise friend.
     Once June hit, so did my realization that I'm going to be a senior in highschool. I'll be one of the people replacing the cool cats who have gone on to graduate—which is another thing too. The feelings and sentimental moments I experienced with certain people don't come out in tears until I'm back at home from the ceremony. It sorta makes me jealous of the people who let out all their tears in front of fellow friends while hugging, but then I remember how much of an ugly crier I am, so I let it slide.. Once graduation closed off, do did the rest of the school year: the anticipation in waiting for essay grades, signing of yearbooks, grad parties, act tests, college searches, summer internships, realizing your science teacher is still a jerk and your math teacher doesn't have it out for you, sums up the rest of early June. Till next time, Ciao!

fyi—I decided to make an instagram just for the funs, so if you'd like, please check me out!


  1. ooh love all the foodie pics!

    from helen at thelovecatsinc.com

  2. looks very nice :) great pics!!


  3. Thank you for sharing. I love your posts and the beautiful photos! <3 <3 <3. And followed your blog. Welcome to visit: http://lisawola.blogspot.com/

    1. Thank you, and thanks for stopping by!

  4. Some busy and excited month May was :) I remember when I was excited to be a senior- time flies so fast! I'd write: 'be good' but then again, senior year is all about having fun! ;)
    If you'd like to follow each other, just let me know on my blog. xx Maja


    1. Thanks for the advice! I look forward to senior year, and I'll let you know! ^^


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