This week I want to introduce you to Jaclyn Fernandes aka Jackiee. Jackiee is currently a junior at CSULB (just like me) who just turned 21 (also just like me). So, we are basically the same person. No, I’m just kidding. Here are the differences: She is from the city Bellflower which is about 15 minutes away from campus. Her hobbies are cooking (I like eating more), watching sports on TV (I like doing sports more) and going to concerts and music festivals. Pretty cool activities to spend your time with, don’t you think?
Her major is Sociology but she is lso taking a minor in Hospitality. You’re wondering what she wants to do with that degree? Well, knowing that you basically need to have a degree in something to get a job she uses her time in college to prepare for her plans of becoming a flight attendant. She mainly wants to do the international flights, so that she can also see something from the world at the same time. Jackiee has been flying quite a lot already (to Hawaii and Portugal), so she isn’t afraid of it at all which is pretty important for that job. but you already know that. Anyway, she really hopes to get to Greece one time. Who can judge her? It’s beautiful there.
Our question of the week was: “Are Tattoo’s art? Does it matter if you’re involved in designing a unique tattoo for yourself, or pick one from a book? What tattoo would you get?” According to Jackiee tatoos are definitely art. She said that people who have tattoos unfortunately get judged by their tattoos. In her opinion, they shouldn’t get judged because it’s part of their self-expression. It also doesn’t matter to her if people are involved in the creation process or if they are open to artist ideas. Thus, it doesnt matter if the symbol is from the book or not. Jackiee just said that if something has a special meaning to you, you should just go for it. She, herself, is scared of getting a tattoo because she is afraid of getting addicted to it. But if should would get one it would probably be some words because she doesn’t want to forget who she is (especially now that she is 21). But she thinks that she isn’t cool enough to get a tattoo. Personally, I don’t think so.
If Jackiee sounds like a person you would like to learn more about you should visit her website.