Few Saturdays ago, I had a Girls Day Out (GDO) with my church friends and we went to The Broad museum. It’s been a very long time since we all hung out together on a Saturday. We always hung out on Sundays after church but we never went to fun places such as The Broad. For me, I’ve actually been there three times now but since some of my friends never went to the place, I thought it would be great to check out The Broad.
Currently, it’s 2:35 am and I’m at Wi Spa writing this blog entry. Why am I not sleeping right now? Good question. There’s this particular old geezer who won’t stop choking and snoring while he’s sleeping. I tried countless times to go back to sleep but his watery choke-snoring woke me up each friggin time… I swear if I have a husband who snores I won’t hold myself back and I’m just going to plug his nose and cover his mouth. And if he continues to snore then he’s going to get kicked out of the bedroom and will spend the rest of his nights at the living room. Honestly, I just want to go home but I can’t because my house is currently being treated with termite fumigation. The termites kicked my family out and we’re currently spending the night at Wi Spa.
If you ever went to school in the US, you know that the school lunches were the worst. When kids in Korea ate rice with donkatsu, everyone else in the US had to eat dog food. We ate pizzas that tasted like marinated cardboard and chicken gravy with mashed potatoes that looked like someone threw up from eating too much oatmeal and milk. So of course, I decided to save my lunch money and starved at lunch rather than eating foods from the nightmare realm. You would think that I’m joking but trust me, school lunches in America was and still is BAD. But there were rare instances on Fridays, we had Smucker’s Uncrustables. Everywhere I went, everyone was eating the Uncrustables with so much happiness and joy. Everyone loved it. They worshipped it. For some people, Uncrustables was the epitome of childhood memories. But as for me, it was nothing more than a perfect round object that could be used to slap someone annoying in the face LOL.
This past Memorial Day weekend, I went to two different art galleries. The first one is Beyond the Streets, which you could read more about here, and the second is the We Rise pop art gallery. Okay so I went to Beyond the Streets with my friend last Saturday while I went to We Rise by myself the next day. I honestly had no idea both art galleries were on the same street, just two or three blocks away from each other. If I had known I would’ve went to We Rise also with my friend on Saturday. But anyways, my coworker told me about We Rise and said I should go check it out. I wasn’t planning to go since I had to drive to LA again but I decided last minute on Sunday to go but I’m honestly glad that I went. Out of the two art galleries I went, I was able to connect with We Rise more.
Hey guys! So this post is going to be way different compared to the other posts because I’m going to start documenting my travel and adventures. Thought this would bring a fresh breath of air into my blog and also gives you a glimpse of the LA art scene. If you don’t live in LA… man, I wish you could come and experience the LA life. Yes, traffic is horrible but honestly, bad traffic is everywhere and you can’t avoid it. But let’s not focus on that LOL. One of the most awesome things about LA is their art scene. There are a lot of great art museums here such as The Broad, LACMA, MOCA, etc. Since LA is a melting pot of culture, there are so many art and design that spans through different culture.