Sunday, July 3, 2011

Day 36- Another day in the city... July 3rd

So tonight's blog post isn't going to be that special, its going to be short and sweet and to the point, that way when I write tomorrow's post it can be long and very detailed, because here in America tomorrow we are celebrating the birthday of the United States of America. I am in the best place to celebrate this momentous occasion and I am going to be doing it in style! But first let me just run you through what my day looked like.

I woke up really early and got some laundry done, it was nice to get that out of the way so I didn't have to worry about it tomorrow and I still have some clothes to wear for the week. Then I went out and walked around for a bit, but it was very rainy outside so that didn't last for too long. I headed back to the dorm and just relaxed watched a couple movies, and then hung out and wrote a lot of blueprint material for my talk show that is a week away! Ever since I have been living here in NYC things just seem to happen at the right moments, I mean last night was amazing just hanging out with a couple friends that I knew who they were, but got to know them a bit better from the cruise, and then going to see a movie with some other friends tonight was awesome as well. This talk show has been one of the biggest dreams of mine since I arrived in NYC, not many people can say they have hosted a talk show in NYC, I can only think of a few and those are pretty big names. I can say that I did that when I was here this summer, and it is going to be amazing. Like I said I went to the movies with some friends, and we went to see Transformers: Dark of the Moon, and I have to be honest I was impressed, I don't know if it was worth $18 to watch in 3D but it was definitely an experience. So I would suggest going to watch this movie with some people, but you don't have to see it in 3D to get the whole affect, regular 2D is fine.

I am writing this blog with huge expectations for tomorrow, I am getting up early and heading to Coney Island for the Hot Dog Eating Contest that is going to be on ESPN ( Watch for me) @12pm. And then coming back to Manhattan to watch some fireworks with some other great people. It is going to be one of the best 4th of July celebrations I have ever been apart of. History in the makings is what is in store for me. It is going to be a crazy day, but it is going to be so worth it in the end. This summer has brought me closer to friends and family here in NYC and also back home. I love it here and I don't want to leave, but it makes me more excited about my last year at Liberty next year, and what God has in store for me in the end. No matter what, he determines what happens, and I love that. I just live my life, and he takes care of the rest! Also I am posting a picture from the dinner dance cruise last night, on my blog from last night, so check that out as well!!! Talk to you tomorrow!

Dream ON!!!!

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