I finally completed the 365 day photo project and I’m surprised I went through the whole thing. It’s interesting how much has changed in a year and how fast it goes by.
Day one was my last day at my student job with a thank you card and day 365 ended with rugala–not very climatic but hey other interesting things happened along the way. Like the hot mess that happened on my birthday which I won’t explain but feel free to e-mail me! Also I remembered starting day one, I had no job and I was back in truck town. Then in a couple weeks I ended up in San Diego in a neighborhood called Mira Mesa with my aunt and uncle. Then a couple months later I moved to an apartment. It was extremely minimalist. Since neither me nor my roommate never had the need of buying furniture in the past, we had an empty living room throughout our whole lease. I finally found another place which is nice–it’s a charming townhouse and our living room is furnished and I finally have a bed frame!
What else in regards to looking back–well, I started work in October and I realized I have not taken a single day of vacation and I was really lucky to have a coworker to give me a spare standby ticket and off to Bay Area I went to meet up with friends I haven’t seen in a while :-D. Check it out here, here, here, and here!
Here’s some fillers too from here and here for recap.
It was fun doing a 365 photo project. It makes me look back at all the things throughout the year and how much I enjoyed them both good and bad. I think it also helped me eased my transition from moving from LA to San Diego though I feel like I haven’t quite established some strong relationships yet. Well I have few–very few. Lots of fleeting folks that come in and out like a revolving door and I wonder when I’ll be introduced to them again. Sometimes I get lucky and I do see them again–times I think it’s like some sort of second chance or maybe they’re really friendships worth making.