- ace Psychology 101
- get to know my professor/use office hours
- adventures w/ Jon :D (Gypsies?)
- 2AM library nights
- visitor housing for a few nights
- Rec center at least 2 times a week
- shop for the fall
- meet someone new everyday!
- cafe hunt
- ‘find the best deal of Berkeley’ (tumblr blog)
- SF after class
- bring Adam down to Cal for a day
- dance on Sproul Plaza (whether it be jazz, or hip hop)
- have an amazing time ♥
- get fit!
- watch endless amounts of movies
- improve in volleyball
- get my first pedi?!
- girls nights, aye!
- August 20, John Mayer @ Shoreline
- movie night+Creamsicles with blackness (Tyeshia!)
- sleepover with Umeet and Preet :)
- finish Abram’s chem stuff/SAT studying
- leadership retreat
to be continued…
- JJ- Pumped for tomorrow! Please have hot girls, please have hot girls.
- SC- Ha, you think you got game don't you? HAHAHAH right...
- JJ- Wow...I stay spittin' game though. I got your number didn't I?
- He was kidding, but GO FREAKIN' DIE. Kbye.
I went to the midnight showing of Toy Story 3 in Emeryville earlier with my cousins. It was one of the best movie experiences of my life. From beginning to end, I felt like a kid again. Seeing the characters I’ve grown up with brought back so many fond memories of watching the first movie over vhs when I was younger. It was so nostalgic. And then seeing Andy and others all grown up; it was a reminder of how old I’ve grown since those times. I’m glad I watched it with my cousins, too, cuz I knew they felt the same.
Another thing-there were so many teenage/college people in the theater. Everyone clapped at the beginning AND the end of the movie. I’m sure most of these people had grown up with Toy Story, and it’s amazing to think how a cast of animated characters could have such an affect on all of us, after all these years.
Thank you, Pixar. You guys never cease to amaze..