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Later on that day…..

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I’ve always wanted to write a Latin soap opera. I spent days of hours wasted after school. Watching the Latin American channels on Cox Cable.

  
Watching the music videos and learning the culture. I’m always amazed by how different people do things differently.

Excited to have a better attitude right now. It took some doing. I got up and took the advice of a fellow blogger by getting some exercise.

Yes yes. The sculpting process of my body is in full effect. Every little bit counts. 

Planning some cool sights to see this weekend. I hope it’s as beautiful as on the movies.

   
But if it isn’t. I promise to at least find one positive about it. Cross my heart and hope to….fly. Better than dying isn’t it?
The gift of the night came with a better appearance than the morning so I’m happy for that and hopefully I’ll keep this good vibe going. 😉
C.L Cunningham 

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Gallivanting

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The fresh start of a new day is upon us. The weather has decided to do what it likes. Hot cold ,cold hot. Cleverly changing it’s mind with each coming morning.

A bit like myself I must say. 

Changing growing exploring all that life has to offer. 

  
Decided that I needed to see the different sides of LA. My plan is to see as much of California as possible. I really enjoy sightseeing around downtown. There’s so much creativity everywhere.

  
I walked through a beautiful festival. The women were wearing traditional headdresses and flared gowns.

I walked passed landmarks. I visited shops and markets. I watched the bmx bikers do tricks and flips of shear skill.

  
All in all it was a great visit to learn more and become one with my new surroundings.

It’s still the weekend so take a day and go sightseeing.

C.L Cunningham 

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