and I came and interviewed. She was very sweet. And very funny. And very passionate about Barack Obama. And wears a fabulous David Yurman ring. I have to admit, she is one of the few child stars you have to give props to. If you didn't know homegirl went to Harvard, and double majored in both Afro Studies and Politics. The program started kinda late, partly because I interviewed her before hand...but she did a really good job. I have some audio of her speech, but I don't know how to put that up here. She is absolutely gorgeous in person and was very down to earth. But she's certainly come a long way...
so we packed some bags and headed out.
my roommate started to drive and i just enjoyed the ride. that's me smiling and sh*t.
I got pulled right when I was gettin comfortable, I probably hadn't driven 10 miles. This why I don't like driving late at night. I didn't see the cop, at all. I should have known better because the interstates down to Myrtle Beach are wide open. Let's just say the ticket was written for 64 in a 55. If you look close, you can see how fast I was really going. The officer did me a HUGE favor. I guess he reduced it because this is my first ticket, for me to be 19 and not have a ticket, is pretty good. All my friends have had speeding tickets before.
kinda looks scary.
I tried to do some sweet sh*t and write you a message. It says "AMM Says Hi." lol
We were virtually wet because of the humidity and fog. Hence my hair and my dress being wet. Excuse the boobage please. That's my roommate, Kathleen.
Kathleen, Christy and Me. Two of my three fellow suitemates, and probably the coolest white girls I know. I really don't think the officer would have let me off as easily if they weren't in the car with me. I love them.
I think this picture is me thinking "Did I really just get in the car and drive almost 4 hours to the beach to get a speeding ticket and not even be able to see more than 10 ft visibility because of the fog and come right back and tell my parents of my ticket when I see them tommorow?"
then we stayed for a little and got back on the road.
When I think about it now...I'm like, "why the hell did we do that?" But it was fun, and very memorable. This is what being young is about, right?
My parents weren't too upset when I told them. Their response was more like, "Why were you going to Myrtle Beach at 11 o clock at night?"
Nevertheless, the rest of my weekend hasn't been that eventful. Tatyana and Myrtle did enough for me. Our mini-trip kinda backed me up with sleep so I slept up until 1 pm Friday. I am glad my parents came when they did, seems like parents always know what's really going on. I learned my lesson and I'm gonna try my super bestest hardest not to speed anymore. At least not for a while. At least not at night.
Time is running out fast! I only have 10 more days of class. Ready to knock them out.
Have a great week.
btw, i just want to let someone know that this blog took me forever to do lol.