A lovely weekend featuring movies, relaxing, books, and a Betty Who concert!
This weekend was the perfect mix of doing nothing and doing everything. I took three naps, I started and finished two books, I watched five movies, and I went out to breakfast, to a museum and to the beach. It was a pretty perfect weekend.
This weekend was great, as evidenced by the fact that I’m writing about it on Thursday! I didn’t take a ton of photos but I did do a lot of things. On the list: Game of Thrones, a road race, a party, and more Game of Thrones.
It was a good weekend full of books, Game of Thrones episodes (precisely four), and hanging out at home by myself. The most I did was leave the house for a book swap on Saturday and do some laundry and some very light meal prepping on Sunday. Beyond that, I relaxed, I finished two books (one which I started and finished in one day), I did a few hours of freelance work, and I redesigned the blog layout!
After having a long weekend last week, this weekend went by far too quickly. I still feel like I packed a lot into it, which was good for me. The main disappointment of the weekend is that I was supposed to do a 24 hour adventure race called Questival from Friday night to Saturday night, but I had to drop out for financial reasons. It was a bummer and it looked like my team had so much fun. I definitely hope to be able to do it next year.
A trip to the beach, a dip in the pool, and a visit to the Getty Museum: here’s what I did this weekend.
If there’s one person who’s affected my strange, random move to Los Angeles more than any other, it would be Harry Styles. Not just because he actually started doing stuff when I got to the West Coast (his first song came out my third morning here) but also because he’s out in the world telling people to be brave and kind to others, and love whoever they love, and that it’s okay to be scared of trying new things, and it’s alright to stay home and watch rom-coms, and that not everyone’s going to like you so you should just do what you want to do instead of caring what they think.
I downloaded the HUJI app a few weeks ago. It’s the one that everyone’s been using to make their photos look like they came from digital cameras. It’s really cool. I like how artsy it feels; it’s no different than taking a bunch of photos with your regular camera app and then filtering them, but it feels cool and imperfect. I thought it’d be fun to start sharing my week through photos from the app every so often.