March 25, 2013
Day number 1! I’ve always seen people do these in a past and I tried the 30-day photo challenge on Facebook, but I was never able to complete it. So I’m doing this to prove to myself that I can commit to something even if it is as simple as taking a photo of myself every day.
Today is my birthday, and I thought no better day to start this blog. This will sort of be a huge accomplishment/gift to myself for my next birthday. I turned 20 today. Still super young but no longer a teenager! Just one more year until I can go buy a bottle of wine and relax at home doing homework.
More about me: I am a psych major and currently a sophomore. I live and go to school in Madison, Wisconsin, USA. I am homosexual and pretty proud to be. I’m blessed to be born “different” as it has given me the opportunity to open my eyes and respect all beings because no one knows their story. I love to go running, play tennis, and be out and about. I hate being home, and I especially hate being alone. I am mixed with primarily Puerto Rican and Italian. I am a musician and I play 4 instruments: clarinet, flute, trumpet, saxophone, and teaching myself the piano at the moment.
I am a pretty happy and genuine guy. I am always smiling and trying to make others laugh because I feel like life is so much easier if lives with a smile every day. It makes me feel accomplished and worthy to put a smile on someone’s face, especially if you can tell they’ve had a rough day.
Any who, today was my birthday, I worked all morning (I work at Starbucks), and then myself and a couple friends had dinner at Olive Garden. I was extremely delicious and I had a great time!
With that mini introduction to myself, I am super anxious to begin my journey in discovering myself and taking a photo of myself every single day until my 21st birthday (:
Thank you for following my blog and I can’t wait to share my story/year with you!!!
Do you know when you cross against traffic, you look down the street and see a car coming, but you know you can get across before it gets to you…so even though there’s a DON’T WALK sign, you cross anyway…and there’s always a split second when you turn and see that car coming, and you know that if you don’t continue moving, it will all be over…that’s how I feel a lot of the time…I know I’ll make it across…I always make it across…but the car is always there, and I always stop to watch it coming …