Griffith Park With My Sister

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I’ve always considered myself as the black sheep. Even though, I come from a huge family, I’ve managed to somehow be the odd one out. There’s nothing wrong with my family, but they seem to project a stronger bond with each other in which I feel is too late for me to join. Still, I consider my best friend Lorraine as family. She understands my mixed emotions and she’s doesn’t mind a long distance friendship! So, when I got to see her last Monday, I made sure to squeeze as many activities as I can with her!
One of the places I always visit in LA is the Griffith Observatory. You haven’t seen Los Angeles until you’ve seen it from that vantage point– it is awe-inspiring! When we got there, we made sure to take a bunch of selfies– because BFFs are obligated to take them! Right? 😛
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9 comments on “Griffith Park With My Sister”

  1. Griffith Observatory is magical. Granted I only ventured up there at night, it was still one of my FAVE sights in LA. I even got to check out and look into that telescope (though I was a little underwhelmed, I expected to see billions of stars not a mass of cloudy something, mingling with actual clouds in the sky bahahaha!)

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  2. It's always so nice when you get to hang out with Long Distance Friends and you pick up right where you left off. I think it's never too late to rebuild a relationship with your family. I was the black sheep in my family too, but over the past few years I've been rediscovering my family members and slowly improving my relationship with them.

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