My summer is more than halfway over now, and with five weeks of my internship under my belt, I’m finally ready to write about it. I’m not going to lie–I’ve been putting this post off for a while now for two reasons: one to gather my thoughts together, and two to make sure the feelings that I’m feeling is not temporary.
For those of you who don’t know (and I’ve only mentioned this on Facebook so, if you are not a Facebook follower, then chances are you don’t know!), I scored an amazing opportunity this summer as an intern at the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention). Never in my life during high school could I have imagined that as a freshman, I would be able to work there, and still, every day as I walked into work I feel the slightest bit of disbelief that I’m a CDC intern.
I think I might save my internship experience for another post on another day, but here’s what I realized: I hate growing up. (more…)
Today I would like to present a title that has been newly released by indie author J.B. Taylor! Here on my blog I would love to start showing some love + support to indie authors, and there’s no better way to start by posting about a new release. :) I hope you will check out this book!
Christine is an actress, a breakout star in truth. She never believed in wizards. She never knew of the darkest wizard ever to have existed … Mortem. But Mortem knows of her. Christine is the sole survivor of his assassination of two wizarding journalists that resulted in a destroyed café and many dead civilians. Fearful her rising celebrity will bring his great plan to take over the wizarding world into the consciousness of the public he seeks her out, and Christine is forced on the run.
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After being in maintenance mode for about a week, I’m happy to say we’re back online (and not in maintenance mode!) Hope you enjoy the new look :) I was dying to give the blog a face lift since it really hasn’t changed since last year.
Plenty of new content will be coming soon, so stay tuned!
It’s so crazy to think that my first year at Cornell is now officially over. I took a moment to read last year’s (Senior year) reflection on this blog, look at graduation pictures, etc… and I think I left high school feeling uncertain about what the future will bring, but this year has crushed those uncertainties and replaced them with a lot of joy and aspirations and positive vibes.
So in case you missed the pictures on Facebook, here’s my freshmen year in pictures. (more…)
It’s so odd to be writing another blog post so soon within the last posting date~ but, I’ve been meaning to document my life at Cornell for the longest time in more ways than just through Facebook/journaling, so this is just another attempt for me to you know, do that.
Asia Night is one of the biggest events of the semester, and this year it drew more than 1,000 people. I got the very, very special honor of being an MC for the event. I got to introduce all of the acts with my co-MC and friend, Dustin, and sit in the best seat ever to watch the performances. I also got to stall (a harder job than I thought it would be) while different groups set up and take down their equipment, raffle off prizes, and low-key (or high-key, I dunno) embarrass myself as I told cheesy jokes. (more…)