Posts Tagged ‘travel’
Name: My Le Bui
Major: Marketing with a minor in Information Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Dream Career: Working for a magazine
Favorite Disney Character: Belle, from Beauty and the Best
Arts: Photography and Graphic Design - click for my portfolio
Travel Destinations: Egypt, Spain, Thailand, Rome, Argentina, and Morocco
Currently playing: Snow Patrol – Run
Internship: Marketing Intern at Campus Philly and Communications Intern at Grid Magazine
Statement: I love to study human behavior. That’s why marketing, psychology, social media, and various others are of interest to me.
Something Extra Extra…..
“Here is to the soul-expanding power of the simply beautiful mind – YOU.”
My name is My Le Bui.
Sometimes I think. Sometimes I am.
I see myself as
adventurous, friendly, and intelligent person.
I am an optimist who likes to look for the good in people.
A good listener,
I excel at helping others in practical ways.
I tend to express myself,
mainly through writing and art.
I am captivated by photography – my favorite form of art.
I am the keeper of memories.
I help people reminisce
one of the most beautiful moments of their lives.
And sometimes places and objects, too.
Some people call me an amateur photographer.
But I prefer photography enthusiast.
I tell stories with exquisite pictures,
splatter visions with light,
share laughter with friends.
I love to make new friends, but I’m lousy at breaking the ice.
So, I stuck it up and make the effort,
Because that triumph standing around
smiling awkwardly at each other.
Wonder and beauty can be found in the most unlikely places.
Sitting alone on paradise island with a good book,
Empty trains on a lonely rainy day,
Instrumental – sometimes words are unnecessary,
Laughter of children in the playground,
Old couples in their 80’s holding hands,
You will find it by
noticing your surrounding a bit more.
If I could have one superpower, I’d choose to fly.
I want to live an extraordinary life.
I want to transforms the world
through imagination and arts.
But one day, I want to visit Egypt,
to see the camel travel across the desert.
And France, to hear the sound of lovers
float across the coffee shop
as the sun slowly sinks beneath the horizon.
And Thailand, to partake in the colorful floating food market
with a crowd of a thousand.
And then I will come back and share it with all of you!
This is not really a poem.
But I’ve found if you use random line breaks
and make everything center justified,
people will think you are writing poetry.
I think that’s funny.
(You should try it sometime.)
Until next time