I will not settle for anything less than awesome.
sometimes I just want an invisible cloak - too bad they are super rare.
Maria’s birthday was an awesome success. It was great to see my life-long friend!
I have been super busy with so many things. I can’t wait until the semester is finally over and I am settled in D.C. Today during my lunch break I had an interview with a litigation firm in D.C. for a paralegal position. I am hoping that they give me the job. Later on tonight I am looking at an apartment in the city. It’s a three bedroom apartment and I am going to be looking at the room in the attic. I liked the area and the room, according to the picture, looks spacious and it comes completely furnished.
Graduation is approaching and I need to start making plans to head back to Monmouth for graduation and senior week. It’s hard to be excited when I still have so much more work to accomplish before I walk that stage.
I need to go see my doctor, too. I need medical clearance for China and my doctor’s office is being difficult.
All of this can be stressful but I know it’s all temporary. Trying to stay optimistic! Home stretch :)!
Cultural Tourism DC presents the sixth annual Passport DC—a monthlong celebration in May comprising international programs and events around the city. Visitors and residents have the opportunity to travel around the world without ever leaving the city with tours of more than 70 embassies and hundreds of other international cultural activities that include street festivals, performances and exhibitions.
Download the 2013 Passport DC Program Guide.
You can journey across the globe without ever leaving the city.
This is exactly how I feel about Apple.
“Speak Softly and Carry a Yoga Mat”
Sunday, May 5, 2013
11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. (events begin at 11am!!)
This will be held at the beautiful Constitution Gardens
by the Vietnam Memorial (closest Metro Stop is Foggy Bottom)
Yoga on the Mall is a gathering of over a 1000 yoga practitioners and enthusiasts. We will gather on the Mall to participate in a free all-level outdoor yoga practice led by top and inspiring teachers from DCCY including John Schumacher, Patty Ivey, Kevin Waldorf-Cruz, and Greg Marzullo; and others from DC Yoga Week Member Studios. Check out the wealth of styles of teachings participating this year, and check out your home studio or a studio you have been curious about visiting to see who will be coming to Yoga on the Mall 2013.
Yoga on the Mall is open to all levels of yoga students, from beginners to advanced, along with individuals and families. It is always great fun for everyone and a wonderful celebration of our growing yoga community!