This might have been a disposable camera? Who knowszss
I went to Market Basket today to observe the desolation.
Bring back Arthur T!
Unfortunately, the last photo I took of my school’s field house (it got torn down last week) is terrible and underexposed.
Anonymous said: I know you live in the New England area...have you ever been to the Garment District in Cambridge Mass? I feel like you'd love it there. If you have been, what did you think?
Upon consultation with mi madre, I found out that I have been there, but only as a little kid so I don’t remember it. If I ever find myself in Kendall square, I’ll be sure to drop in. Thanks for the recommendation!
Anonymous said: are you the one that put the disposable camera at the franklin common? if so, its a great idea
I am! Thank you :D
Anonymous said: Favorite tv series?
We had a field day at school this spring and there were bouncy houses and field games and karaoke, as well as a tiny TV playing season six of Seinfeld. I spent my day watching Seinfeld. So I think it’s safe to say Seinfeld.
I look so dumb in this picture, but it serves its purpose. I bought my first car yesterday!
I got my job as an ice cream scooper/waitress over a year ago with the ultimate goal of saving up enough money to buy a car. I couldn’t stand riding the bus to and from school and having to be picked up and dropped off wherever I went, but my parents didn’t have an “extra car” to give me. So, I saved up and bought myself a 2009 Chevy Cobalt.
I’ve now also experienced what a pain in the ass it is to purchase a car. Buying car insurance was simple, but then I had to go to the Registry of Motor Vehicles to register the car and get plates. My dad and I arrived at the RMV at 3:00 and had to wait in line for half an hour just to get a ticket so we could wait another hour and a half to see a teller. By the time our number was called, it was 4:55 and the registry had locked its doors in preparation for closing. The woman behind the counter told us that it would cost $472.50 to register the car. My dad and I both emptied our wallets (the RMV only takes cash or check) and the two of us combined had exactly $473. My dad told me afterwards that he had gone to buy a 99 cent water bottle from a convenience store earlier, but the cashier couldn’t break a 20 so he had to buy the water on his credit card. If that cashier had been able to break the 20, we would have been short one dollar and unable to register the damn car.