Walked across Central Park the other day to explore the east side of the city and The Met; we stumbled upon the Guggenheim Museum during our walk.
Good morning! Saw this trailer in front of Moonrise Kingdom and thought it too cute. Plus, I'd see anything with Meryl Streep in it!
It looks like this summer’s reading list will be filled with childhood nostalgia. It may be because I moved to NYC a month ago and I need something to hold onto. Maybe I just enjoy reading past favorites. And maybe two of these titles will be hitting the big screen come this Christmas…but I’ll try not to over analyze this too much.
After a job interview, and quick Alias move of changing attire without going home whilst in SoHo, I decided to spend the rest of the daylight hours venturing to and enjoying the High Line park. I didn't know what to expect, only that it was once a rail line that NYC converted into a mile long park. It was amazing, the sun was out and cool breeze washed over us off the water. And of course, sans DSLR, I whipped out my iPhone for a bit of Instagramming 😀 Also, here's a brief history of the High Line dating back to 1847!
Spotted this after my quick walk through the High Line in Chelsea.
Read the book in high school. Watched Robert Redford and Mia Farrow as Jay and Daisy oh so many years ago. And now, a modern adaptation graces the screen as Baz Luhrman's 5th full-length film. Strictly Ballroom was cute. My preteen self swooned over Romeo + Juliet, Moulin Rouge! I don't quite really know how to handle but love anyways, and Australia took by breath away despite it's appalling reviews by critics. So it would be an understatement to say that I'm thrilled and excitedly awaiting his interpretation of The Great Gatsby. Let's just hope that HS students won't dump the book for whatever might come our way this December. After all, it truly is an American literary classic.