Friday, September 5, 2008

I Made It!

I'm too exhausted to write much tonight, but here is the first round of pics and a couple of videos to boot.

Me and mom at LAX

It's blurry, but it's GREEN!

green hillside behind the buildings...

driving on the wrong side of the road...ack!

the driver told me that when he was a kid this place (The Market) was actually a market where they sold live stock. now it is just a market. it's just around the corner from my apartment.

View out my bedroom window...old buildings and such.

the view again

and then when you look the other direction there's this big modern's weird.

My room!

My bed! they made it for me and everything!

My desk!

The shower.

The rest of the bathroom.

The kitchen.

More kitchen and some window.

Living room.

Tv in living room.

From the hallway.

The hoover.

Part of the hallway. The door at the very end actually goes to my bathroom, but you cant unlock it from the's weird, but as long as I keep it locked there shouldnt be any problem.

And here are the videos. the second one is just a continuation because the camera cut me off the first time.


And now I am going to bed.


marbea said...

You sound tired!!!
Go to sleep.
I can't wait to see what you girls do w/ this place.
Don't sit on the windowsill!!!!
love you, sweetie

life in red shoes said...

I can't even imagine, are you in sensory overload? Soak it in, and remember, there are generations of us, past and present, there with you.

Anonymous said...

I love it! and I love you!

all your stuff (kitty quilt, computer, blanket, etc.) make me homesick...

and there's nothing I love more than Tacy tour videos :D

keep the pictures coming...your family won't be the only ones bugging you about that ;)

Anonymous said...

makes me homesick**

Anonymous said...

Wow, your apartment is cooler than I expected, and I don't know if it's just the video but it looked like the kitchen was quite big. For one phrase in the video it sounded like you'd affected just a hint of an accent. Already? Ambitious Tacy. I wish I could throw school money to the wind and visit you, but seems like one of those good ideas I've had. I should stick with it.