… of what’s been keeping me busy. These lovely ladies are graduating pretty soon. Keep an eye out for the rest of the pictures.
Congratulations loves! <3
Things have been non-stop for me this past week, and it actually doesn’t look like things will be slowing down until the end of the month. Here’s a taste of what I have been up to lately:
On April 3, 2013 I turned 24. I wish I could sufficiently and adequately express the love I have for my friends. I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again, and I’ll say it forever: I have the greatest, most amazing friends a girl could EVER ask for. I am so incredibly blessed by every single one of you and I la-la-la-love you all so much!
As is the usual, I was blindfolded and kidnapped. When I was allowed to see again, I was greeted with a table full of delicious food and I was surrounded by friends. We hung out, we ate, and we played the coolest version of Guess Who? ever created: the version with all of US on it.
This game was 2 years in the making. Chad, Shanni and I were walking through Southern’s flea market 2 summers ago, and they bought it for $1 with the intent of printing out pictures of everyone of our friends and using them as characters for the game. We talked about doing this for the rest of the summer. Now… 2 years later, we finally got to play the game as we intended it.
Birthday month is upon us. We continued the birthday celebrations the next day by surprising Raygene at Mellow Mushroom. (Side note: birthdays have become a day for anticipating surprise parties… we should start calling them secret parties. That is probably a more appropriate name.)
On Saturday, Shauna and I churched a little bit differently than we usually do. We ended up at WSMC (Southern’s radio station) because Evan was working that morning, broadcasting the church’s service. We decided to keep him company that morning while listening to the sermon.
Later that evening, Shauna, Stella and I headed down to The Camp House for College Band Night to see Matt Chancey and the Ladykillers perform. We stuck around only for them because we wanted to grab some sushi and vegetable tempura at Sushi Nabe before they closed. We ended the night with The Ice Cream Show and headed home.
Year 24, you are treating me well. :]
I love this time of the year, when the trees begin to blossom. Sun on your skin, a light breeze blowing blossoms through the air… it’s a beautiful thing. (Side note: it seems as though the weather is taking its sweet time catching up… it’s still a bit chilly outside. But when the sun does make an appearance, it’s glorious!)
Shauna Chung, my dear sister-friend, is graduating in May, and her senior recital is in a few weeks. Here are some photos I took of her at her home in Dalton (a lovely place I call Chung Manor). Shauna had the idea of creating piano keys with her finger nails, so we did them just before shooting. Unfortunately, we didn’t have much light out, so I didn’t get as many shots as I would’ve liked to. But the ones I did get, I fell in love with. I hope you do too!
Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you the genius in my life: Shauna Chung. Words cannot express the love I have for this girl here, so I’ll let the pictures do the speaking.