The Summer Grind

This was the summer of libraries and mountains, of books and trees. Beginning in May, I spent grueling hours at the library studying for the MCAT exam (Still waiting upon my scores and I am getting extremely antsy about it.). Everyday began bright and early. I would hitch a ride to the local university with my momContinue reading “The Summer Grind”

Ready

**Sorry about the terrible quality photos in the post. I didn’t have my camera with me so these were taken with my phone. These photos were taken on a hike to Chedoke Falls just before classes started**  It’s been just over a week since school started up again. I’m going to try my best toContinue reading “Ready”

Columbia River Gorge (Portland: Day 2)

After that exhausting first day in Portland, we dragged ourselves awake to begin day two. We got ready for our day at the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area and headed on our way for breakfast. “The Waffle Window” is a quick, cheap and delicious breakfast stop not far from our hotel. The blueberry cheesecakeContinue reading “Columbia River Gorge (Portland: Day 2)”

A day along the coast (Portland Day 1)

Spring break is the perfect time for a getaway. The weather is just beginning to get warm and the snow has just disappeared (though there was none this winter, here in Vancouver). The best part is, there aren’t too many tourists! This year, Mom, Dad and I decided on a road-trip to Portland. Early ThursdayContinue reading “A day along the coast (Portland Day 1)”