Lols two months later and I finally have time to write for myself again. A lot can happen in two months. I probably had about a dozen print pieces published, did my first big thing for my newest employer, MTV(!!!!!!!!), and partied my way to the bank the whole time. I started redecorating my bedroom at my parents’ house because I will never truly move out of there, I went to a #noncommercial music festival called CRSSD in San Diego, and I learned how to cook a variety of breakfast foods, so I think I’m a celebrity chef now. I also got into law school. More on that later.
About a week ago, I disembarked from Holy Ship with a head cold and a lot of anxiety about going back into the real world. My phone had been on airplane mode for 3 days and the lack of connection to the outside world was so refreshing. I was forced to quit caring about everything that was happening on the Internet for a couple days, which is a stark contrast from my usual desire to one day physically live inside the World Wide Web. Now that I’m back On-Line, I’m back to normal and I want attention again from strangers in the blogosphere. So here’s my story about my experience on Holy Ship’s second sailing in 2015, complete with a poorly filmed and edited GoPro video that may trigger seizures and/or give you motion sickness.