Is it too late to talk about something that happened a few weeks ago, but I’m just now getting around to talking about because I’ve been busy working on other things?
Gosh, I hope not.
On June 17, 2020, in the midst of a pandemic and civil rights movement, I turned twenty-one and decided to document the day (to the best of my ability).
Sarah is a fabulous friend of mine, who graduated from our university on May 9, 2020. She is an incredibly special person, worthy of being known by the world, so I interviewed her. These are the questions in the order they were asked.
Working retail has completely taken over my summer.
At the beginning of the month, I filmed a little vlog of one of my six am work shifts, where I have to be awake at four am and in bed by nine pm.
With everything going on, we are still in the midst of a pandemic (enter Corona Chaos). Though people’s time is currently being occupied by fighting for Black Lives, I still compiled a list of books, albums, podcasts, television shows, and movies you could check out.
This isn’t everything/everybody, and I’ll definitely do a part two.
For now, I think this is a good start.
During the week of May eighteenth, while I was sick (not COVID) and facing a weird work schedule, I decided to completely redo my basement bedroom.
The goal of the room change was to make the bedroom brighter and reduce the feeling of over stimulation by creating a calm environment.