One of my favorite weeks during college, now viewable without having to leave my house. I ❤️ technology.
(Relevant part starts at 55:25)
Hearing a billionaire talk about how uncomfortable he was starting a new role is oddly comforting. Felt the same way for most of last year.
It’s still mind blowing to me how recently HD came into our lives. When I see a video in SD, I simply assume it was recorded twenty years ago.
- She’s an unreal singer
- She went to UCLA (the school I always wanted to go to before I moved to Seattle)
Side note: I’m realizing this blog is slowly filling up with only music videos and photos… I’m totally ok with that 👌
Not only is this my favorite song right now, but I’ll always associate it with a great time in Chicago with good friends and food. Couldn’t ask for more.
I ❤️ the Windy City
Things I think about when I hear this song:
- Middle school
- Beverly Center
- The Grove
Fun fact: I know how to play the guitar. It’s been a while (since high school), but this is one song I will never forget how to play.
Also, as far as I’m concerned, John Mayer’s guitar tone in this song is the pinnacle of what a guitar can sound like. Clean with a hint of creamy distortion = 🙏
Since freshman year of college, my group of friends from high school all try to get together once a year. While it never works out that everyone can come (life gets in the way), we always end up with mostly everyone.
This year we decided to go to Playa del Carmen. Kei and Aaron also brought GoPros for the first time. I gotta say, I was never very high on GoPros, but now I almost want one for myself.
Stupid times with good friends, what more can you ask?
Don’t know when it happened, but I’ve become very much a “the grass is always greener” type of person. I’m sure it’s a part of being in my 20’s with social media surrounding me. Still, doesn’t make FOMO feel any better.
This is the first song in a while that struck a chord with me. It’s a great reminder that fame/fortune/partying isn’t the answer to it all.