But I wasn't the only one with a birthday, this guy named Luke was celebrating his 32nd. Some where in the night we sang a duet together; I'm just hoping my crazy renditions don't magically end up on YouTube. A few hours (and legal drinks) later, we stopped off at Whiskey Tavern for a pickleback shot before I went to bed. Right then, I made the executive decision that I'd be skipping French.
But surprisingly, I made it to my 9:30 class. After discussing Japan's Occupation following WWII for what seemed like years, a Kimmel burrito was what I was really craving.
My CO-RA, Michael, and I met for cocktails at a swanky bar 14th Street before grabbing dinner from a dinning hall.
|Way to Many Presents|
I was all settled to crack open another Japanese text book when Michael called. He asked if I could come to his room for a quick second. When I opened up the door most of the Lafayette RAs were there, and a tier of homemade rainbow cupcakes sat on the table. It was the first surprise party of my life. Even though it felt super awkward when they sang "Happy Birthday," I was certainly shocked by their sweet gesture. I just love my RA staff!
|My Wonderful Cake!|