May in Review

I fell like I say this every month, but May passed like a blur. I can’t believe we’re almost halfway through 2021.

Lunch under the Fremont Bridge.

I went to Drive N’ Drag with Grant’s coworker Katie and her friend Casey which was so much fun! My first live event since Thrice in December 2019 (ugh). My favorite performances were Plastique and Gottmik. It was a pain in the ass to park (the mall where it was hosted was just closing and the matinee show was ending as well) but at least we got out quickly.

Host Asia O’Hara doing her bit.

That same weekend, Grant went away on a boy’s camping trip so my friend Tony and I spent a day at Scenic Beach State Park. We chilled on the beach, had a fire and went in his inflatable kayak. As the name suggests, the park has a great view of the Olympic Mountains, it makes me want to see even more of Washington.

For Memorial Day weekend, Grant and I went to my hometown of Tucson. Although it was hot as Hades, we still managed some fun hitting up shops, eating tasty food, hanging out with my brothers and family friends, going on a hike at Madera Canyon and relaxing at home.

We’ll be going camping again next weekend but other than that, no huge plans for June… yet.

May in Review 2017 || May in Review 2018 || May in Review 2019 || May in Review 2020

What I’ve been listening to: another eternity by Purity Ring, Megalithic Symphony by AWOLNATION, Sour by Olivia Rodrigo, WOMB by Purity Ring

What I’ve been reading: The Guest List by Lucy Foley, The Story of Stuff by Annie Leonard, Women in Science: 50 Fearless Pioneers Who Changed the World by Rachel Ignotofsky, Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer, The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller, Legendary Children by Tom Fitzgerald, Recursion by Blake Crouch, Notes from a Small Island by Bill Bryson


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