With life back in the states—now in New York—taking shape and slowly becoming a stable thing, I reflect on the last year and the year to come, and like every other forward-thinking human being, setting goals, I mean, why not, right? Going through 2014, I wanted to break down my favorite things about the year.Continue reading “2014, The New Year, And The Dreaded Resolutions: Part II”
Arbitrary List of Things I’ll Miss About Argentina Since January I have been living with my grandpa in Tucumán, Argentina. I was born and lived in Argentina until 9-years-old, then moved to the states, Maryland to be exact, and from then on I would visit once a year, for no longer than two weeks at a time.Continue reading “Random Blog Post #9 – Do Cry For Me Argentina!!!”
Pick ten people you know and write a one-sentence description for each of them. Focus on what makes each person unique and noteworthy. N.D. – His limbs and his length resemble an age-battered tie, wrinkled and slouched on a plastic hanger, draping his arms around you as he hugs a hello; ironically, an accessory he probably never once wore inContinue reading “Craft Exercise #1”
La Angostura – taken at El Mollar, in Tucumán, Argentina.