No pictures today, just a post on the disarray of my life. The lessons, the updates, the thoughts, whatever.
-I’m really into libraries right now. Ever since I went to Seattle and reveled in the masterpiece that is the Seattle Public Library, I’ve been paying more attention to these structures. On a walk through NYC, I was taken aback by the size of the their public library. So the other day, I went to the Central Library, admired its architecture, stepped in, and realized that it’s what’s inside that counts. Floors and floors of books, of knowledge, of power. Upon leaving, I was reminded of this quote: “A book is a loaded gun.” - Captain Beatty, Fahrenheit 451
-Does anyone else think that the Facebook Timeline looks like MySpace? I really think that the social media giant is slowly losing its cool. It’s become less and less engaging, maybe due to the saturation of useless information. I still like Twitter, though. I love Instagram (shout out Android users). And I got to get back into Tumblr. I think Tumblr is a machine. If you care, follow me on all that: triciaCA
-This week I was reminded that I have an amazing family and I have an amazing best friend.
-There is always room for improvement, and I need to work harder on following through. I can easily get caught up in ideas, but none of them mean anything unless I bring them to life. I have the capacity to make my own dreams come true, and so do you. Attach action to word and you’re golden.
-In any endeavor, think globally.
-I was about to write how much I miss the food in New York. And then I remembered that a slice of Artichoke pizza is 2200 calories. YIKES.
-Why must we always use Nicki Minaj as a measure for a female artist? How about we just stop comparing? As of late, I’ve been listening to Azealia Banks and Iggy Azalea. I like their sound, but I don’t like the fact that every video I see on YouTube is preceded by an interview on comparisons.
-I haven’t watched a movie in a theater in a long time. The next one I’m going to see is the documentary, “Bully”. Bullying is a huge stain on the American education system, affecting kids! I hope the film brings new light to the issue.
-Seeing people (strangers or even friends) wear CA never gets old. Neither does being recognized for the blog. Thank you.
Have a nice Thursday.