One week and 3,000 miles later, I completed my second cross-country road trip with my partner in travel. It was another trip full of irreplaceable memories and I am, as always, grateful to have another unforgettable adventure with my Pop Pop. https://youtu.be/nwex0PdSU2U
The last day of the cross country trip arrived, and I had never been more excited to get on the road. “Why?” you may ask. Well, the previous night I told Pop Pop that I saw a town that didn’t seem too far off of the route and told him I would love to stop… Continue reading CA to NJ: Day 8 — Homeward bound
Six days and 3,000 miles later, I completed my first cross-country road trip with my partner in travel. The amount of memories made in the states between New Jersey and California are irreplaceable, and I am, as always, grateful to have another unforgettable adventure with my Pop Pop. Speaking of, it’s a special day today:… Continue reading Cross Country Road Trip: Wrapped Up
June 6, 2019 Tears rolling down my face, I kissed each of my dogs goodbye, hugged my sister and drove to my grandparents’ house, where my dad was waiting. I tried to talk normally, but my grandma could tell I was in pain and said, “Look, she’s already been crying.” Today I left my beautiful,… Continue reading Surprise! I Drove Across America to Start my Adult Life
I think the Jersey Shore is a magical place, especially in the summer. The coast of New Jersey consists of about 140 miles of beaches and boardwalks, but I am biased to the Toms River/Seaside Heights and Park area, of course, because that’s where I was raised. From boating to beaching, I seem to never… Continue reading Why You Should Visit the Jersey Shore
It is a picturesque autumn day here in Hempstead, New York. The leaves are browned shades of orange and red, gently being picked off branches one by one and blowing in the light breeze. The sun is shining and the air wraps around me with a light warmth, almost making me forget that temperatures will soon… Continue reading The Season of Falling
On the water in the morning and by afternoon, walking through a bustling fair on 8th Street, NYC. That was my Saturday. If that could be my life regularly, that would be one successful life. A trip to NYC is not something I will write about often, as I attend school on Long Island and frequently… Continue reading From the Big Blue to the Concrete Jungle
Being in the sea opens up a new appreciation for nature's beauty within me. I am surrounded by an ocean so large and so deep, I can only skim the surface of the majestic mysteries it has to offer.