Tuesday, September 4, 2012
What's up with that!?
Feeling a bit uninspired as of late, thus the lack of posts. I figured I'd make a change from my normal posting layout to try to get some creativity and inspiration in my life, so hopefully it works. I can't even remember the last time I posted on here, and I'm much too lazy to open a new tab to check so whatevs. I will try from now on though. I think I mentioned before about being done with my Macy's internship so other new things that have been going on with me include the almost completion of my summer to do list. I did everything except go hiking, that means, yes, I got a part-time job. I am currently working in sales at American Apparel at Ala Moana. It's a little redundant trying to sell clothes all day, but the staff is excellent and the employee perks aren't so bad either. At least a lot of the customers are tourists so it's always fun to chat a little about their travels. I also was offered a place in Macy's Executive Development Program, which starts in March 2013. I can't lie, I'm super excited to begin this new chapter in my life. I am also turning in my application to graduate tomorrow, yay!
The above are just photos I took from Saturday. Tim and I started off our day at Puka Dog, or now as it's called Hula Dog, in Waikiki. This little joint was on Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations when he visited Hawaii several years back. Speaking of which, I am absolutely crushed that this is the last season of No Reservations. Of all the reality shows on TV, his is probably the one I respect the most and I hope to get the chance to meet him some day. Anyway, it was cool just to have visited one of the places he stopped at on his show. I ordered a polish dog with pineapple and dijon and Tim got a polish dog with starfruit and lilikoi (sounds exotic, I know), which I didn't get a chance to try because he scarfed it down before I could even ask. Needless to say, it was delicious and we're going back for sure. Afterwards we walked the strip and met up with a few friends at the Okinawan festival at Kapiolani Park. It was definitely crowded and the sun was unforgiving, but we had a lot of fun.
Whoa, I've written quite a lot; guess I miss this blog more than I thought. Oh and my post title has nothing to do with anything I wrote, but it's just what I'm feeling at the moment. Till next time:)