back to basics.
Santa Barbara Travel Blog› entry 13 of 17 › view all entries
Well, I figure now that Iâ€™ve lived here for a month and a half, its about time I post some stuff about my regular, old, everyday life. For starters, hereâ€™s my sweet crib:
My bed. And my classy Us Magazine about Brad and Angelinaâ€™s babyâ€¦ What can I say? I was curious.
My closetâ€¦ if by â€śclosetâ€ť you mean a place where clothes hang. If, however, we are talking about a â€śclosetâ€ť as in a very tiny room attached to another bedroomâ€¦ then that would be my whole room.
My desk. Simple as that. I hope you liked this tour of my roomâ€¦ small, but Iâ€™ve got a bed to sleep in and thatâ€™s all that really matters. Especially after I saw the housing availablitity in a beach town like this when I came out here in March. I was seriously considering living in a cardboard box outside the public library. Now letâ€™s move onto the office:
Thereâ€™s my office. Thatâ€™s right, I got the real deal. My first â€śrealâ€ť office job, and I donâ€™t even have to work in a cubicle! Pretty impressive :) Now heres the best part!
Uhhh, yeah. The view from my office. AMAZING! Do you understand why I want to be outside all the time? LOOK AT THE MOUNTAINS! And a Starbucks, of course - one of three within 10 blocks of State Streetâ€¦ But lets not let that ruin the beauty of this scene :)
Paseo Nuevo. Super fancy outdoor mallâ€¦ those little umbrellas out there are where I eat my lunch!
So yeah, now you knowâ€¦ Soon Iâ€™ll try to post a picture of my house, and the view of the mountains from my front porch, because that is pretty sweet too. Oh, and of course the skateboard museum that is my living room and dining room (literally, at least 150 skateboards on display.) My roommate is an ex-pro skater. Its quite a sight to seeâ€¦ Hopefully I can hook you up :)