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Your Lord & Savior

The title is based off this song.

I’ve had Lukas Graham’s album on my phone for a few months now. I’ve also heard this song so many times, and enjoyed it every time. It reminded me a bit of It’s a Hard Knock Life (I’ve never seen the movie), and the lyrics meant something.

For some reason today was different. While on my drive back from school, the song was the first to be played off my phone. The lyrics seemed to make me think about how it related to my life, and for the first time I really felt something.

I’m not trying to analyze a song or anything in this blog, so I guess this is where I briefly list the rest of the things I hope to hit during this post (in no particular order):

  • LCS Spring Finals
  • Computing Science Minor ???
  • CPA Recruit
  • Death of the private blog
  • Wanting to feel needed
  • Thoughts from the song
  • Alcohol
  • Summer plans?
  • 2017 goals update
  • Why people react negatively to other people’s words
  • Hiking
  • Photography
  • Relaxing
  • Being dependable
  • Sonic
  • Other unrelated thoughts

Yikes. I didn’t think there were that many small things.

Looks like I’m in for a long one again.

Side note, you’ll be seeing a lot of photos from LCS Finals & hiking cause that’s all I got. Maybe I’ll sneak in some Europe ones.

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Bitter Sweets

So last week was the beginning of Chinese New Years.

My mom took a flight back to China to visit family, extended family and the changes in her hometown of Beijing.

That means my dad and I had free reign for a week! A full 7 days with some extra hours here and there.

It doesn’t really mean much. We’re not going to host a 50 person + party at the house, and we’re probably not going to go do anything relatively fancy, even if it is the year new.

However that doesn’t mean we didn’t do anything. Since it is the new year, we went out to eat on the eve and the first. Pho and Japanese. Nothing new or exciting.

In fact, the most abnormal thing to occur was after the two nights out.

It was when my dad suggested we drink some beer.

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