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It’s been a rough 2 weeks for me.

I just started my new temporary job as a photographer at an amusement park. I’ve just been on the go-go and trying to learn new skills to keep up with crowds, but ultimately crashed and burned after like 5 days. It’s a tough job, but at the end of the day it’s about making guests happy. However, my photography skills have gotten bad over the years. I used to be great at taking portraits, but nobody ever told me about baby strollers and how annoying they are to get on camera. Anyways it’s not so bad as long you don’t stand up on your feet all day.

I would like to move the conversation in another direction  and reveal day 2 of my 31 Day Blog Challenge.  I chose this week a fun topic that allowed me some creative leeway with presentation using papelook. It’s apparently a very popular app amongst teens who use Tumblr, Pinterest and what have you. Honestly, it’s  fun to use.  I also stuck a couple of stickers here and there just for amusement.  So what do we have?

  1. Lululemon Athletic Black Tech Mesh Tights: I need them for running errands, not for workout. 
  2. Dairy Queen Ultimate Choco Brownie Blizzard: My local DQ know me so well by now they repeat my order without me having to say anything. 
  3. Lush Products: I rely on chemical free products since my face is very sensitive and prone to acne.
  4. Hamilton (musical, 2016) ft. Schuyler Sisters: Who doesn’t love a good sisterhood?
  5. Tom Hiddleston: He’s such a cinnamon roll.
  6. The Killers, Hot Fuss album: I need to own the album and not just a couple of singles.
  7. La Croix water: I can’t survive without it.
  8. Victoria, ITV: I liked this up until Albert showed up and Queen Victoria was depicted as a sexed up maniac.
  9. Princess Jellyfish:Best manga/anime story for girls of all ages
  10. Black Cats: They’re my spirit animal.

I’m not entirely sure what is the purpose of this list except to show some of the things that I like or can’t live without. It’s my greatest desire to win a lifelong supply of LaCroix water.

Review of Hamilton (Original Broadway Cast Recording)

 

I recall back in April 2016 when all my NYC friends began posting pictures of their playbill copies of  Hamilton: An American Musical and thought well that’s nice moving on…

Needless to say it didn’t catch my attention right away. It wasn’t until on Tumblr that I began to see illustrations of Hamilton and gifs depicting the original cast that really did it for me.

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After listening to the soundtrack one time through — I couldn’t stop replaying then after. Lin-ManuelMiranda has created something new for all the kids/ and adults to enjoy. It makes learning this particular time period fun. I can’t even look at money the same way anymore without  hearing the music inside my head.  More importantly it reflects the politics we are facing presently.

If there’s one thing we can take away from Hamilton is that our founding fathers were imperfect human beings just like you, me and everyone else.

Therefore next time you read or hear someone mention Hamilton……..

Embrace it!