Mexico City was amazing. It was my first international solo trip and there were certain things I was determined to do.
It’s not what you think. Well, maybe it is.
For Homecoming, I experienced almost every single emotion in less than 48 hours.
So Monday was emotional as F for me. It didn’t even start until the afternoon, so I’m like WTF? The first time I’m saving for, you guessed it, the book. The second time I cried was at Jermaine’s (You probably know him as J Cole. I call him Jermaine. Lol) concert. This is the 4th time I’ve seen him (3rd time in 2.5 years) and he never disappoints.
Yesterday morning, I was reminded of why I love New York.
When I got to New York, I promised myself that I would at least wait six months before applying to another job.
So, if you’re lucky enough to be friends with me on Facebook, you saw that I recently got a new gig. I have a pretty loyal background when it comes to my career – gift and curse.
So, this is going to sound very ironic, but I’m mourning a “break-up”. The irony is, I was never in a relationship. How does that work, you say? Okay…
I’m usually quoting or using something that Kanye has said, but I’m upset with him right now. So, to quote Jay-Z, “Everybody look at you strange, say you changed. Like you work that hard to stay the same. ” You don’t have to be a Jay Z fan to have heard of it because people have been using that as their Facebook and Instagram caption for years. I used to roll my eyes, but then growth happened.
Solo trips are so good for the soul.
I didn’t know anyone who went on solo trips when I took my first one to Miami a few years ago. I just got tired of waiting on people to decide they wanted to go on these trips with me.