December 16, 2008
December 12, 2008
-The Lion King: So creative and so well put together I almost shed a tear. Unbelievable what can be accomplished on a stage.
December 1, 2008
November 28, 2008
Thanksgiving consisted of: observing the floats being blown up, drinking wine and watching t.v., Twilight reading, walking down the street to get a glimpse of the parade and the crowd of kids, early morning showing of Australia, traditional dinner with the Rockwood's, champagne celebration just because, sleeping in late, Beverly Hills 90210 marathon, strolling through Soho and Canal Street for fun on Black Friday(yes, Kristin and I are just crazy like that), a red velvet cupcake, and more 90210. (Got to love Soap Network.)
November 25, 2008
November 23, 2008
Fig.4: Classic country concert couple
November 19, 2008
1. Because it will inspire you to think of other money alternatives.
2. Because it supports the arts.
3. And because it's really funny.
November 17, 2008
Happy pre Holidays loves!
Fig.1: Upper West Side getting ready
Fig.2: Rockefeller Center's famous enormous fir going up
Fig.3: Anthropologie (494) Christmas windows
Fig.4: Ice skating at Rockefeller Center
November 14, 2008
-lots of clothes
-bright pink nail polish that contributed to the P Party
November 9, 2008
November 3, 2008
October 28, 2008
So you want to know how bad things really are in New York City? As if Gray's Papaya wasn't cheap enough...
That's right, save $1 on a meal that only cost $3.50. Two hot dogs and a drink. Oh the tiny hot dog stand, where do you get such large signs?!
* Presently, I am working for a recruiting company and reciting Jeremiah 29:11 daily. My playing days are over!
October 26, 2008
October 23, 2008
Last weekend I went with a group of girls to the Pocono Mountains for a getaway weekend. Rented a gold Mercury Grand Marquis and hit major NY Friday evening traffic. Met one friendly lady at the camp site named Donna, who's speciality is cooking homemade doughnuts. (Her staff was just as interesting as she was.) And although the temperature was 40 degrees, the views were worth it.
Bright and early Sunday morning we jumped back into the G.M. and desperately needed some decent coffee. Oh you know it, we detoured clear out of the way to stop by a Starbucks. Despite our suspicion that out-in-the-middle-of no-where even had a Starbucks, we found it. Located in the Great Wolf Lodge. Not sure if everyone has heard of this Lodge, but it quite a sight for sore eyes. The building itself looks as though it was made of Lincoln Logs, the restaurant is called The Loose Moose Cottage, suites have names such as Wolf Den and Grizzly Bear... I mean this place is goofy. Pretty sure it is the strangest Starbucks I will ever travel to, but the coffee was good.