Recent graduate taking a year to spearhead a sustainable microfinance project in East Africa. Coffee snob. Travel addict. Loves: avocados, Thai food and shoes.
view my recent work here: http://tiny.cc/eaghi
Say hello: firstname.lastname@example.org
Yesterday, my friends Lucas, Joey and I spent the afternoon perusing shops in Sherman Oaks. It was cloudy, and I found myself a hazelnut brew. There was a street fair going on, so we people watched, laughed, went to an old record shop, and, of course, began the hunt for halloween costumes. Masks, socks, wigs - "look at this one!"- and I tried on about five different pairs of glasses that all got shot down with a terribly serious - "I'm having trouble even looking at you right now."
Halloween is my favorite, and I plan to spend it in Hollywood this year. Proceeds from the party I'm going to go to Lullalee's Literacy for Children. As I was checking out their website, it came to me that there are probably parties and events all over the Los Angeles area that are using Halloween as an excuse to fundraise for charities and causes.
And so, post checking out black wigs and discussing maps at Borders, I came home and did a bit of research.
2. If you're looking to spend the 31st volunteering to help children affected by AIDS, the Children Affected by AIDS foundation is running a dream night in Santa Monica for children affected by the disease.