Every year my family and I go to Lake Anna for Memorial Weekend.  We own property down there as well as a boat.  This year we had some fun guest come along with us.  My best friends Rocio, Gabe, and my boyfriend Omar.  To say this weekend was fun would be an understatement.


I have seen numerous YouTube videos about what is on people's iPhones, so why not give it a try?



As you can tell I am really boring when it comes to my background.  I adore the galaxy type backgrounds on my phone because it's easy and since I have all of the apps there is no need for me to have a picture of people, because their face would just get blocked.  On the top row (left to right) I have Messages, my Photos, Camera, and Instagram.  These are the apps that I use the most.  The second row (left to right) I have my Contacts, Alarm Clock, Newsstand and the Starbucks app.  I am probably the only person I know who actually uses the Newsstand app because I have a bunch of different magazines downloaded onto there.  It's very convenient when you're bored and just want to flip through a magazine but don't have one on hand.  Obviously the Starbucks app is for just about everything that has to do with Starbucks (drinks, locations, my rewards, etc.).  The last row (left to right) I have are a couple folders and FaceTime.  The very bottom on my deck is Phone, Safari, E-mail (2 unread!) and Music.  I actually don't have any music on my iPhone, I have an iPod with all of my downloaded music on it.  If I only have my phone on me and want to listen to music I usually just open up YouTube or Pandora.  On the next page I have a small folder labeled Other, with really just a bunch of apps I never use.


If you've never heard of The Sweet Life Festival you need to google it and buy your tickets for next year's event ASAP!  This concert was so amazing and the line-up had so many of my favorite artist!  I went with Rocio and two other friends.  Everything from the music to the free gifts, the drinks and the good, all of it made the dead car battery, forgetting the tickets and having to turn around, and missing the first two performances worth it.