the bits 'n' pieces

Spent the last 30 minutes writing up a new post and thought I saved it (because I actually changed the settings, not because I thought it’d automatically save) but I didn’t.

Rewrite tomorrow…

Recently I became a proud owner of Nikon D5100 and I’ve used it at graduation, visiting Chicago and NYC, and lately touring Southeast Asia. It’s definitely a good long-term investment because the quality and speed are beyond anything I’d experienced before. This is very greedy of me to say but I’m already hoping a more compact Leica is up next, with this lovely brown leather camera strap.

modcloth:

Etsy pick of the day!
(via Hand Stitched Light Brown Leather Camera by ArtemisLeatherware)

Recently I became a proud owner of Nikon D5100 and I’ve used it at graduation, visiting Chicago and NYC, and lately touring Southeast Asia. It’s definitely a good long-term investment because the quality and speed are beyond anything I’d experienced before. This is very greedy of me to say but I’m already hoping a more compact Leica is up next, with this lovely brown leather camera strap.

modcloth:

Etsy pick of the day!

(via Hand Stitched Light Brown Leather Camera by ArtemisLeatherware)

View from the balcony in Hong Kong

…in case you’re wondering where in the world I am right now.

View from the balcony in Hong Kong

…in case you’re wondering where in the world I am right now.

Latin Way A310s

I apologize for the recent lack of posts. The amount of time I spend on the Internet is significantly reduced while I’m not in school. Also, there have been too many blog-worthy moments in the past couple of weeks that I couldn’t spare enough time to write about amid Senior Week, graduation, and traveling. I’ll be slowly recapturing them.

The most grateful thing that happened to me during my last year in college is the wonderful suitemates in A310s. It started when it was time to arrange housing in junior year. The night before housing application was due, the four of us were in Boston, Madrid, Paris, and London, respectively, frantically trying to coordinate with one another. Epic start. We didn’t live in the nicest place on campus but I couldn’t have asked for a better place to live in and better people to live with. The memories I have with you have defined a huge part of my final year at Tufts. For example, Victoria looking for rubbing alcohol. Making food at midnight while Caroline (the vegan) was inquiring what we’re cooking and maybe (I said maybe) thinking she could have some too. Casey taking naps at weird hours and having a sleeping marathon after an orgo exam. Casey’s mom’s treats, especially the chicken from the Easter basket. Vic and I angrily whining to Caroline about how wrong Tufts is. Looking at Casey and Caroline biting on putty. Vic’s playlists of course. The nasty champagne slushy in the freezer. The way-too-late discovery of what’s behind the mirror. Mimosa, pancakes, and fire alarm at Spring Fling. Spring Break in DR while someone is spending some valuable time at home. The year-long competition and location incident with our lovely neighbors in F Tower, thanks a lot. How can I miss this one out, “Do you want eggs?” and many more…

I’m very thankful for all the support and love in A310s. Good luck to all of you lovely young ladies and I hope we can reunite soon! (As I’m doing apartment and roommates hunting for NYC, I wish we could move our entire suite to the Big Apple. How wonderful would that be!)

(What’s up with the hyphenation???)

First royal duty as a married couple. Lovely.

First royal duty as a married couple. Lovely.