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A Day in the Life of Luis: Thank you, MS

Rebecca Aguila
“A Day in the Life of Luis” is a weekly personal column written by Luis Lemus.

Dealing with the virus while trying to keep as busy as I can, one does eventually get to the point of running out of articles and interviews.

I told this to my friend that asked me, “Why don’t you start a journal?” It would be on the phone but a journal, nonetheless.

Do I get an app? Do I start a YouTube channel? Do I revive my Medium account?

This column does the job for now but what happens past finals week? To what do I turn to?

As I have said, this’ll do for now. Of course I can always go the Abe Simpson route but then people will start to wonder what the hell is wrong with me, so that option is off the table.

I think maybe it’s going to be Medium since I would sound terrible on a YouTube channel and I don’t trust some of the apps out there to put my innermost thoughts on.

For example, I definitely do appreciate the MS putting me back in school where I should have been but I hate the fact that it has taken my legs from me for the most part.

I hate it because it’s taken away the ability to climb the pole and walk in the pool in a straight line. But I love the fact that it brought me back to school, graduating from Cerritos College this semester as I transfer to the school I have dreamed about for the last two years, Cal State Fullerton.

I may have my moments of complaining about you, but thanks to you, I appreciate things so much more than I used to.

Thank you for opening my eyes to the life I want for myself, the life that many people always expected from me since I was a kid.

It may have taken a lot longer than anyone expected but I do appreciate all of your patience.

As the old saying goes, “better late than never,“ right?

Let me get straight to the point: Thank you, MS.

Although we have little battles between ourselves, I do appreciate you for righting the ship in so many ways beyond any words can describe.

Thank you, MS.

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About the Contributors
Luis Lemus
Luis Lemus, Co-Sports Editor
Luis is very big on baseball and tries to attend as many games as he can when there are no classes, of course. When he is not in class or attending a baseball game, he enjoys listening to music, specifically Hip-Hop and Banda. Specifically Banda MS, Banda La Adictiva and Banda El Recodo.
Rebecca Aguila
Rebecca Aguila, Multimedia Editor
Rebecca Aguila is the currently Multi-media editor and is a 22-year-old student who is majoring Journalism who is set to graduate Spring 2021. Her dream is to create a multi-media production company that is internationally available for an array of content creators. She is a lover of all types of food and will eventually be the creator and producer of food documentary series that highlights the authentic dishes throughout the world.
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