Drowning in Tea

Drowning in Tea

I’ve been overflowing with nostalgic feelings and at first I welcomed them because it was fun but it’s become quite overwhelming. I think it’s the changing of the seasons that kicks these feelings into motion. I don’t know how to explain it so I’ll share some photos from over the weekend instead.

Had a packed weekend with friends and with plenty of strange moments. Highlights were going to the Korean Spa (we shared a table with the dude that played Eric Forman), tea shopping in Chinatown, and eating ramen in Little Tokyo. Sunday night was a mini reunion with old friends. It was nice – we are planning a camping trip for February~ Overall, a memorable weekend.


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  1. Posted October 11, 2013 at 8:04 pm | Permalink

    ah fall tends to do that. perhaps its also related to us september babies going through growing pains during the fall ;)

    your post also remind me of this http://comiques.tumblr.com/post/32020718438/seasonal


    Lolo Reply:

    hahahahahaha that was awesomee



  2. Posted October 17, 2013 at 5:02 am | Permalink

    Ooh camping trip in February sounds awesome! And I understand (at least I think I do, from the gist of what you said) about those nostalgic feelings. I’m coming towards the end of my music degree at the moment and I’m freaking out and wish I could go back a little…

    Are those ceramic things in the last picture chopstick stands? if that makes sense. Like… you set a table with them.


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