27, 03, 2016

Texas Tulips

Sometimes I wished I lived in the city surrounded by numbers of skyscrapers and twinkling lights. I’ve always dreamt of moving to places like New York, San Francisco, or Seattle, and end up taking DFW for granted. But DFW has its perks too! You get the best of two cities, Dallas and Fort Worth, and you have all sorts of fun activities within reasonable driving distance.

The most recent event was Texas Tulips, a lawn of fresh tulips ready to be picked about one hour away from Fort Worth. You definitely don’t get something as pretty as a field of flowers in the city! There are rows after rows of beautiful tulips with variations that I’ve never even imagined. You just grab a basket and go about picking whichever tulips you like. At the end, the tulips are wrapped in a a lovely bouquet for you. It’s a bit pricey at $2.50 a stem, but it makes a lovely date out with friends or a loved one!

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07, 02, 2016

Laguna Beach

Happy Sunday everybody!

Whenever I’m in southern California, I’m always staying in the Valley since all of my family lives there. So I’ve been to Santa Monica and its beaches many times, and I always love it! It’s such a beautiful spot, especially with Third Street Promenade and the Santa Monica pier. But I think I’ve found a beach that I like even more: Laguna Beach!

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31, 01, 2016

The Bradbury Building

500 Days of Summer is my absolute favorite movie in the world. Although 500 Days of Summer does not have the typical fairytale ending we all love, the ending is real. Even though you feel like your world has fallen apart when you least expect it, there is always something new, and possibly better, coming your way. I always think back to this message when I’m going through tough times in my life. So when my cousin suggested we visit the Bradbury Building, I was ecstatic.

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