This week I met Natalie Marquez who is a 3rd year student at CSULB with a Child Development Major. Her plan after she graduates is to work as a Child Life Specialists at a hospital. She commutes to school form Huntington Beach which only takes her about 20 minutes to get here. wpid-20151015_111131.jpg

She enjoys hanging out with her friends, family, and boyfriend. Her hobby is go go hiking and finding a new adventure. She hiked and camped at Yosemite which she says it was scary because there was only four of them who had gone to camp there. She enjoys listening to any type of music such as alternative and EDM, but the only kind she does not listen to is country. Her favorite color is green. Her favorite kind of food is posole, enchiladas, picadillo, and her favorite pasta is spaghetti. We both had in common the fact that we love Disneyland! Her favorite character is Squirt from Finding Nemo. Also her favorite ride at Disneyland is Pirates of the Carribean.

The question of the week was long, but it basically asked “how does anything you see in the work of art remind you of something else you have seen or experienced?” Her response was that the art show “The Extraordinarily Difficult and Impossible Tasks of: Recounting Fading and Altered Memories and Stabilizing Shifting Time” created by Jane Weibel she saw last week brought her back so many memories. Just walking inside made her feel like if she was back to her childhood. As she saw the swings, the hangers with toddler clothing, and the ladders it just reminded her of the days that you did not have to worry about anything and just to have fun and play.