My Summer in Photos: 2013

It’s hard to say goodbye to summer, but alas…I’m back on the journey as I enter my second and final year of grad school.

I stayed pretty local most summer, with occasional trips to New York City and Virginia Beach to keep sane. I worked at Shake Shack, finding myself bolting from work after shifts to keep away from using my employee discount and gorging on some burgers and custard. What is custard? Only the next best thing to ice cream. If I was to describe it, it would be rich and creamy dairy goodness. It’s exactly what summers are made of.

I also moved across the hall, into an apartment with some worthwhile amenities in this city life struggle. I now have an on suite bathroom and a washer and dryer in my apartment. Life is good.

Below you’ll find some moments that commemorate summer!

Starting with the soundtrack… Daft Punk

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City Mangoes
Brooklyn sights
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A NYC day with Summer

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Looking for a birthday dress.
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Doing homework on my birthday. 😦

 

Clever books
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Summer Screen before…

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Virginia Beach, late May

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Pho, my new Vietnamese noodle soup obsession

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Standing for something good in uniform
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The burgers teasing me!
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Shake Shack custard
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March on Washington. 8-24-13

 

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Toast to a successful fall!

 What are your most memorable summer moments?

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6 thoughts on “My Summer in Photos: 2013

  1. Looks like you had a great summer! Summer is too cute and go ahead girl with that rocking body!

    P.s. I love shake shack but I never knew they had custard-must try it sometime

  2. That custard looks delicious! I worked at an ice cream shop similar to coldstone in high school and have not seen my flat stomach since. Good for you to show restraint in the face of those crispy bacon cheeseburgers!

    & yay for your new apartment! I’m glad things worked out!

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