As the growing pandemic sent me home early from what was supposed to be my fun-filled semester in Los Angeles, I realized that I didn't have much to do when I got back. Usually, when I'm home I'm out and about socializing with friends I haven't seen in awhile or visiting all my usual spots. As I tried to come up with something to do, I began to reminisce about the times where I couldn't drive and never really hung out with my friends on a regular basis. What exactly did I use to do?
Then it dawned on me. As I unpacked all of my belongings, I stumbled upon my old skateboard with its worn-out yellow wheels and glow-in-the-dark stars that I had superglued onto the bottom. During my early high school days, my middle school friend and I would constantly skateboard around our neighborhoods and church parking lots to help pass our time. So now, during my daily walks, I make a point to spice things up and skateboard instead. It helps to clear my head as well as making my walk more interesting to go on!