Wednesday, September 21, 2005

LA- Day 3

So...

I can't believe that I've already been in LA for three days. I forgot to mention in the last post that last nite I did meet up with some friends that I haven't seen in a while. We just went out to dinner, but it was great seeing Matt and Jessica. Matt and I met freshman year of college through another great friend of mine. We, Matt and I, would get into the most ridiculous fights......sometimes I would just stop talking to him. It was awesome to talk about those times and just laugh. I'm glad to see that he is doing well. Oh, my friend’s girl also met us out for dinner, which was good; she is friends with Matt and Jessica. Hopefully we, Dawn and I, will get to go out later this week before I leave, she is a lot of fun.

So the day....well, it was mostly uneventful. I did get up this morning and eat breakfast, which by the way is not free. But, I'm not paying, so I don't care. I had this awesome french toast. If you are ever staying at a Holiday-Inn, try the cinnamon roll french toast, to die for.
On my slate for today, I had for schools. Well, when I got ready to go to the first, wouldn't you know it started to rain. Which made me instantly think of that song from Tony, Toni, Tony..."It never rains in Southern California"....love it. So of course traffic was a little crazy. It's like snow in DC, the city doesn't really know what to do with itself. It's almost like brimstone was falling from the sky, oh well.
So I make it to my first school with no problems at all. First up was an all boys school, that looked more like a compound for refugees....oh well. I get to the school a little early, because of the rain, and talk to the college counselor. She was so excited about my University. We talked about people and places that she knew in DC, which was somewhat comforting to hear. After about 45mins, no student showed up. Oh well, I think that I was being punished for seeing so many students the day before. So I left packed up and made my way to the second school.
Got a little lost, had to take the freeway to this school. I eventually found my way to the famous Sunset Blvd, this time an all-girl's school. Again no students. I now knew that I was being punished. Oh well. Because, there were no students to see I got to drive around the area a bit. I eventually found out that I was in the famous Bel-Air neighborhood. So many Benz’s and BMW's....not enough time. Of course I looked hot in my Dodge Strauss.
I then headed off to my third school. Too bad I got extremely lost and I think that I hurricane started, cause it started to rain so hard, traffic was at a stand still. So I eventually called the school and told them that I was not going to be able to make it, because of the weather and traffic. I then turned myself around and headed back to Sunset, where my last school was located.
This time the school was directly across the street from UCLA......which is beautiful. I met with one student and then contemplated going jean shopping. In the end I just came back to the hotel and read a little bit before dozing off. I woke up just in time for the ANTM reunion show....the season premier is tomorrow, so trust there will be a post about it.
So now, it's time for bed. The one thing that I'm finding out that I don't like about being on the road, is that I don't get to see the faces that make me smile all the time....I miss my Mean Girl crew......

11 comments:

Dan said...

You better get use to the road, my friend. Also, i think you need to correct "jessica" in your posting. One would initially assume that is how you might spell it, but you are incorrect. Please take note that there is a "k" instead of a "c". So, when you pronounce her name, there is an emphasis on that letter.

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I keep hearing about that Cinnamon breakfast thingee - amazing how a lil thing like that can really help make being on the road more bearable!

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