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Joined 6 years ago from San Jose, CA




Although my love for writing did not develop until I changed from a bookworm into a writing butterfly, my experience and interest in the written word has obviously played a major influence in my life.

Writing journals, short stories, restaurant reviews, travel logs, and even some articles still does not quench my thirst to write.

Although my need has driven me to earn a BA in language arts and a minor in creative writing, I still crave more knowledge and continue learning more about writing and the publishing industry.

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    Downtown Carmel by the Sea

    3 weeks ago

    Mixtures of elegant, old-fashioned, and rustic little buildings sit among the uneven hilly streets of seaside towns. Even when it is crowded with tourists, there is an atmosphere of relaxation...

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    The French Riviera

    3 weeks ago

    Eze's stone homes and shops are embedded in hills and rocks; the city of Nice had the bluest beach I have ever gazed on; while Monaco is beautiful in its richness.

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    Conquering the Sights of Rome

    3 months ago

    We ventured Rome and the city fought back! We challenged ourselves to see all the sights in blistering, energy-draining heat, after being jet-lagged and lacking proper rest from 13 hours flying...

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    BB King's restaurant

    4 months ago

    There were five of us meeting up at BB King’s for dinner. Live music was played upstairs, but we were only there to eat...

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    Bronx Zoo

    4 months ago

    A day at the zoo involved watching many wild creatures running around, begging for food, playing, fighting… and then the children wanted to see the animals, too.

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    Shopping in New York

    4 months ago

    Crack your knuckles and stop at the ATM, because this day was meant for shopping. As New York offers so much in regards to purchasing souvenirs and high fashion, it may be difficult to buy anything if you are on a...

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    New York's MET

    4 months ago

    Last summer, my aunt and I had a day of museums planned on our trip to New York. First we would hit the Guggenheim, then the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Only half of our plans came to fruition, though. When we got to...

  • 5

    Six Flags' Screams

    4 months ago

    A day in Six Flags is well worth the banged up, sun-burnt body I ended the day with.

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    Dealing with Culture Shock in NY

    4 months ago

    On this morning, my aunt and I were headed to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Our tickets, which were bought in advance online, were scheduled for 11:15am; however, when we arrived a couple of hours early to the...

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