The USS Midway museum
Amazing museum highly recommend it. It's probably my favorite museum, ever. Plus because I am a total adrenaline junkie, it was here I talked my brother into going on the plane simulator with me and I subjected him to a series of barrel rolls. Plus I leaned on the very top side of the ship and looked at the statue of The Kissing Sailor, and it felt so peaceful.
Disneyland with my family
I love going to Disneyland with my family. My favorite ride is still The Tower of Terror. I would love to meet Raunzel, Flynn, Merida, Tiana, Dr. Facilier, actually all of the characters.
Seeing Phantom of the Opera, live
Fantastic show. This was the cast that performed for her majesty, the queen and every single one of their shows have sold out. And it totally makes sense because every cast member is talented.
Staying in a beach house
As a grad present my sister gave me the opportunity to stay in a beach house like the ones in the picture. I have seen the ocean many times but this was the first time I actually got to experience the ocean. I love walking in the water, reading on the sand, and taking a nap in a driftwood hut.
Volunteering in a hospital
Volunteering at a hospital made me feel good to be a part of something larger than myself and while I could only do it for a short time before I had to get a paying job, to pay immediate expenses I loved it so much, I switched my major to healthcare. The only problem is that I don't know what I want to do exactly but I know it has to be in healthcare. Right now, I am pretty set on the idea of being a licensed practical nurse.
Sister saying I care about people more than I know
My sister called me this morning to tell me it's totally ok to not know what I want to do. She told me about how in college she got a four year degree in biochemistry and then listened to her own crazy idea of going to EMS training, which would only take a year. She told me about how teachers and mentors said she was insane for changing her major so drastically and also how she was always sure she wanted to go to medical school. But when she actually went to med school, she hated it.
She said that at my age, she was in a similar situation and that its okay to not know what you want to do. She then told me that the reason I was so excited to get the volunteer job at the hospital, was because I needed something to make me feel fulfilled. (Which is totally right) She then I care about people a lot more than I give myself credit for and that it makes total sense for me to major in the healthcare industry. I feel a lot better not knowing what I want to do, exactly since my sister was in a similar situation and now she is very successful. She works as care flight paramedic and owns her house.