Wednesday, June 20, 2012

I spy with my little eye

From my loft on the eleventh floor, I can see past the rising buildings of downtown LA all the way to the mountains, currently shrouded by mist and sunset. The loft itself is huge, and I am lucky enough to be sharing it with one of my best friends. I have been here for exactly one week, and I have another ten ahead of me. This past week has been a lot of firsts: first experience with couch surfers, first time at a goth club, first time at a spa, first time doing bikram yoga, first time cooking for myself, and the first time living on my own. 
 My loft, which I share with two others. Our dining room as seen from the kitchen. 
Our kitchen. My bedroom is through the open door. 

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