This was the last day I spent with this wonderful man. The day I felt my worst because I knew I wasn’t going to see him for a while. This is the day i knew things were going to change between both of us. On June 9th, the actual day I said good bye to my lover, my best friend. Leaving me in hopes of a better future and on succeeding his goals. Time to be a grown man while I dwell in sorrow, feeling lost and confused. I said to myself “I’m going to truly miss this guy.” He’s taught me the value of life, introduced me to my inner self. I’m happy he put me in a better place. A place where I felt confident and capable of doing great things and he always told me to never doubt myself. He truly flipped my life around, and I am truly grateful for that. But saying good bye is ALWAYS so hard for me.Especially if it’s someone I care about and love. I can’t deal with the illusion of seeing him with others or forgetting about me. But I know he’s meeting his future self. I know he is going to make it big in this world. I can already feel the bern haha. “Matienzo the billion dollar earner, buying his first home”. I know things will change between us, but this can make us stronger. It gave me a different perspective on how I see things and how I have to also push for success, working at a minimum wage job in the mean while makes me not want to live that life, pay check after pay check every two weeks. I realized to myself that this here isn’t making me happy. It’s difficult to sustain yourself. I told myself, If my man did it and moved out of his place and made the choice to move to a different country to make his dreams come true, then I can also do it. He didn’t have an idea of what he was going to do next, I mean he had choices and also made sacrifices, which was me … at that very moment when he told me ” I don’t do long distance,” then asked for a break, I broke down, I then realized I wasn’t in his vision and thats that. What moved me was that he found a solution to his problem and that there was brilliant to me. That there showed me independence, it showed me that anything is possible. All you have to do is find solutions and make things happen. I know this man is going to return … ❤
Frank Sinatra Exhibit at the Grammy Museum in Downtown, Los Angeles. It was a wonderful experience to look at a brief history of this legend of Jazz.
This place is located in Silverlake and Sunset. Millie’s cafe gives a great portion of food for an affordable price. But the customer service wasn’t that great. The waiter had us waiting for a while. We also asked for salt and ketchup and he just gets it from the table next to us ( when there was clearly a couple enjoying their meal) we felt uncomfortable asking them again so we just ate our food how it was.
The Perch is a French Restaurant located in DTLA. It is located in top of a building where you’re amongst the beautiful skyline of Downtown LA. It’s great for Happy Hour. The food is great but the portions are extremely small but definitely worth every penny.
This was a couple years ago when I volunteered for the Book festival at USC. It was a great experience, especially if you love to read and help out people. It’s a good opportunity to get involved in your neighborhood.
A beautiful location to have your birthday, anniversary, wedding or anything in general. You might be lucky enough and find yourself a special someone like my Best friend did. This was last year on my 21st birthday. It was a splendid night to spend with great friends and my significant other. It is a mix of Asian and American Cuisine. It is also located in the Hollywood Hills, kind of hidden but phenomenal location.
This place was magical, it was full of beautiful art that dated back to the Egyptians, Romans and Greeks. The background is one of its beautiful fountains located inside the villa overlooking the Pacific Ocean in Malibu. I highly recommend it to those who haven’t gone yet.