I’ve spent the last 5 hours folding and packing pants, button ups, sweats and all the stuff I’ll need to survive the winter and at the end of the long, grueling process, I thought I was done. NOPE. I still have shirts and shorts to fold, buy more luggage and do laundry so I know I have everything I need.
Excuse me while I jump off my room so I can hopefully hurt myself. Knowing how my body is, I won’t get hurt. I’m too brown for that.
Packing up a lot of my clothes now so my parents can bring them when they come to Chicago after I get out of basic training. I didn’t know that I had that many button ups and sweaters. I still have to pack up my shirts, socks and pants.
Sadly, I won’t be packing any shorts because I’ll be in Chicago all through winter and even I can’t handle that kind of cold weather. :(
A few of my cousins and I at Black Angus for my grandpa’s 40 days.
Do you know anyone stationed in Okinawa? I want to surprise someone with a care package but I'm not sure what kind of food they have access to there and what might be missed from back home. Any suggestions?
My cousin was stationed in Okinawa for a few weeks before being stationed somewhere else on mainland Japan. Unfortunately, I don’t know what kind of food they have access to on and off base in that area and what they could miss back home. I’ve been told that you can get almost anything from America on base since they always get resupplied on a weekly basis. Sorry I couldn’t be of much help!
Sometimes, a photo just doesn’t good no matter what I can do. So, instead of doing a realistic edit, I do other things to make it really cool looking and interesting like silhouetting it.
I forgot to tell you all but I’ve given up on my career in the Navy to pursue a career in modeling.
Quick and simple lifehacks.
I’m quite afraid that there might be people who will belive in these tips