I write up food blog posts three times a year: after the first term of school, after the second term of school, and after the summer.
Term two of school recently ended so here is part six! You can view part five here. That post has all the links to the earlier Vancity Eats posts. Once again, these are some of the foods I’ve eaten with my crew.
Okay, enough chit-chat LOL. Time to make some of you guys hungry. >:)
A’s birthday party at Basil Pasta Bar with A, C, G, J, J and V
J’s birthday party at La Pentola with A, A, J, J, K and S. Thanks again J for treating us.
Hot pot at Boiling Point with G and J | Matcha latte at Ki Tea House Cafe with A, G, and J
Noodles at MYST with A and G
J’s birthday party at Fondway Cafe with A, C, G and J | & ice cream at Soft Peaks | Pad thai at Fresh Bowl with G
I bought these games yesterday. I hope I like them.
I treated myself to a matcha ice cream cone. It’s the last day of class for my Bachelor’s degree (Arts) in Psychology at University of British Columbia. After finals, I’m graduating! 🎓 If you look at my Archives, I post the most when I have a break from school. I woke up at 6 AM every Monday to Friday this term. I have a full course load as well, which is why I am graduating after four years of doing my undergrad at the age of 21 (I went to university right after I completed high school).
Readers of my blog (mainly girls in high school) sometimes email me or message me about university inquiries. That’s why I feel compelled to write about my experience, especially since I don’t show the student side of me that much on my blog.
I enjoyed university a lot more than high school and elementary school. I didn’t have great experiences in my high school and elementary schools though… I made great friends and I feel comfortable being myself around them. They are supportive of my anime and cosplaying hobbies and they are very nice to me. As a young adult, I have a lot of freedom and therefore I am able to engage in my hobbies. This blog is a space where I basically show a glimpse of my personal life in terms of anime fandom and other hobbies. Hobbies are very important to me because they allow me to take a break from school and other commitments and responsibilities. Anime and my other interests make up part of my identity.
I was accepted into a UBC program so I’m continuing school in the Fall. ^_^
Today I went to a Japanese restaurant and ate udon. Then I shared this with a friend. It’s mochi with an ice cream filling. It was $5 for these three flavours. If you split the money with a friend, I think it’s a good price.
The flavours were black sesame, mango, and green tea.