Hey there lovelies!
I cannot believe its Sunday already and too make it even worse October is coming to end, to quote my roommate Tania ‘wake me up when October ends’. October has been many things, especially busy but as I reflect back on everything that has happened since I have started university I can definitely say that it has been a very eventful and productive few weeks. Unlike my usual blogs I thought today we would have a little natter (so maybe grab a cuppa) and catch up on things that I have been up to since getting back to university.
First of all, can we talk about my pride and joy! This blog is still new and growing, but during the last few weeks I have made many (small but mighty) changes and what I see as big milestones to hopefully help the growing process of Just another Asian with Glasses. One of my proudest milestones so far, was creating an actual website for the blog and not only the process of making the website, but being happy and confident enough with what I had produced to make it public knowledge. It can be quite scary to put something out into the world and see what kind of feedback it receives, especially when it’s so important to you but making that small step is definitely something I will always be proud of, and I don’t care if that sounds cheesy.
Technically it wasn’t this month, but Friends Fest at Kennington Park is something I would want to experience all over again! Calling all the Friends fans out there, if you get the chance make sure you check out Friends Fest because it is AMAZING! Not only did I love being able to see some of the actual set they used whilst recording the show, but I was having a total fan girl moment walking around Monica and Rachel’s apartment. There were a lot of (FREE) photo opportunities, which you could hit up as many times as you wanted, which obviously means a lot of fun memories. If you have time, take a trip to Central Perk which isn’t complete without a cup of coffee and a Phoebe Buffay Sing-a-long.
This month I attended Yayoi Kusama exhibition at the Victoria Miro Gallery, and I would definitely recommend to a friend. The exhibition, the moving moment when I went to the universe, is being shown at the gallery from October to December this year and includes work from her My Eternal Soul series as well as a large scale Infinity Mirror Room – my heart is dancing into the universe, which is honestly one of my favourite parts of the exhibition. If you get the chance to visit the exhibition, I would highly recommend you do.
To say the least it has been a very productive few weeks and I cannot wait for all the Halloween fun, but for now I am going to bask in this gorgeous autumn weather and catch up on university work and hopefully get through some of the books on my ever-growing pile. If you have any blog post requests then drop me a message through my contact page.
Hope you have all had a wonderful weekend!
Love Sharuni x
//21st October 2018//