DRUNK IN LOVE by Daric “D-Life” Carvajal
Welcome to 2014! Thank you all for being so patient with this project that I’ve kept under wrap for awhile. The struggle is real trying to produce, record, edit and shoot the video all on your own. But the overwhelming love and support from all of you is what keeps my drive going. Let’s get it right this year.
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This weekend was one for the books.
My friends and I have been planning this trip for about a month now and down to the week of we could not wait to get things going. Some of us checked out early of our jobs and school work just thinking of getting away from all our responsibilities that we have now. But we got them done.
The day hit and we finally we were on our way back to the city. A late night drive with 6 of my closest friends I have met in my time in college. Got to San Francisco and greeted by my loving family. Woke up in the city I love and still yet to explore numerous places. Took them to a few sights the first day and surprisingly the weather was clear and you don’t get that too often in San Francisco. That night we had dinner at my grandmother’s place and got a chance to see more family visiting the city the same weekend.
The next day my friends went off into the city on their own and had time to spend with my family watching the 49er game. Unfortunately they lost but still faithful to the team. Later, my friends met us back at our place and then went out again to the pier to grab some clam chowder and hot chocolate. We got home and had a emotional conversation with my family. A lot of feelings I’ve been holding in. I’ve been worried, scared and also stressed by what has been going on in my life the past year. So much has happened, but we then smiled and talked about how much growth their was and potential to be where I want to be tomorrow. I love you guys.
On the way back home all I had on my mind was these 6 people around me. You know what, I couldn’t have asked for some better friends and more in Southern California. God had a plan for me and so far I feel so blessed to have these people I can call my family in my life. They make me smile and laugh, give me advice when I need it and hold me close. Thank you guys. This journey is not over, it’s just the beginning of the rest of our lives. Who knows where we’ll all go when we transfer, graduate and start our own families. But one thing is for sure is that you have shaped me and continue to do so everyday.
To my family back home, thank you for your unconditional love and open arms to everyone I bring home.
To my friends, thank you for the memories and looking forward to making more.
To you, you make me smile and that’s all I ever asked for. You know my “real” smile. Weirdo.
Thanks for reading.
Daric “D-Life” Carvajal