Tuesday, March 15, 2011
Can you bring this in there?
You cannot imagine how ecstatic I was when I learned that my sister decided to grace me with her presences for two days. I miss her, I really do. It becomes apparent when we're spending time today, and more apparent when she leaves tonight.
I showed her around campus. She has a knack for exploring, so I'm glad she had fun while I threw in some quirky facts about the buildings we encountered. After the mini tour, we headed to a local rustic Mexican restaurant I wanted to try for a while. I had high expectations considering the reviews were 4 out of 5 stars! And I must say, the food was quite good! Sister got the Mexican Tamale Dish and I got Taco's dish (weeks worth of cravings in the making haha). Food was fresh, service was great and friendly, and it was a great day overall!
Apologize for not updating any outfit posts! I'm trying to fall into the routine of including this blog into my life. Though right now it's been incredibly hard since I have midterms/papers to worry about and exam season is around the corner too. However I promise summer will be a different story! :) i also will give this blog a new look! i used to be a website designing freak, but it's been years... it will definitely take time haha
I'm constantly keeping update with Japan's news. Every new facts that the media grace us with, my chest becomes heavier and heavier. A couple of people in my uni came together for a great cause: Cranes for Tsunami Relief. For every $1.00 donated to the cause a crane will accompany it. The goal is to raise $1000 by Friday. Although they started yesterday, they managed to raise $770! And every little bit of money is going to Red Cross with the chains of cranes that everyone helped to fold. Any sort of help is great help, so I encourage you to donate anything you can!
Posted by Dianne at 7:56 PM