New York City! I had the pleasure of visiting and spending the day in Manhattan, New York two weeks ago! Not my first time but with each visit a realm of new, different experiences that gives me the feeling of being at home. New York City is such a remarkable place, unlike any other city in the world. So I guess let me get right into describing my most recent experience in the Big Apple!
Upon first stepping off of the bus I did not know where to go or how I was planning to spend my day. Although, I researched nearby places to visit from drop off area (Bryant Park, right across from NYU’s campus). The streets of New York City was crowded. Tourist, people, and traffic was busy, but refreshing. Within the first two hours I visited the New York Library. It was a huge architectural building. Then the Empire State Building, then the NOMA Museum. I also had the opportunity to visit some of Trumps hotels as well as central park. Snapping photo’s every chance I got.
The Rocker Feller center had so many interesting things. I stopped by there for lunch at one of the restaurants and was extremely impressed. I did a little shopping in Time Square and just enjoyed the scenery. Without further adieu, here are some pictures I took during my time there. I look forward to my next visit and hope it is for much long than a day! Enjoy
Hello. I know, it’s been quite some time since I’ve blogged. I’ve been so busy with school and other personal things it rarely crosses my mind. Although now, I plan to at least show some consistency on here for the upcoming seasons and moving forward, but forgive me if my blogs are a little sporadic.
School ends this week for me for a while and I couldn’t be more relieved. Besides accumulating loans, I’m not sure how it has contributed to my life yet. My people skills has drastically decline, as well as my confidence. I have learned a lot regarding though… honestly I have! But I think I would have learnt those things either way as I get older! I have made some drastic chances throughout these past 6 years that I am still contemplating whether or not they were for the greater good. In the process I haven’t really made any effort in making new friendships on campus since it seems as though I am surrounded by students so much younger than myself. I have always had difficulties making friends so I am not nearly as surprised about that!
Anywho, I’ll post blogs regarding my adventures thus far since the weather has gotten warmer! My trip to the NYC (been there plenty of time before but each time it is just different), beach trip next week, small little adventures in the DMV (DC, Maryland, Virginia) and many other things I plan to get back into, like gardening, sewing, writing, fashion you name it! I’m excited! Are you excited? Until then, be good my love bugs, muah!
Washington DC Metropolitan area has to be one of the most frustrating for commuter. If you do not leave one end of town early enough to beat traffic considered yourself highly frustrated with life. God forbid don’t it let rain, people act as though the world is coming to an end. It seems as though every day I95, 495, and 395 has some type of construction going on. Recently though, it has been the worse, but I’m optimistic that this summer once the children are out of school, there will be less school buses and traffic will slow down a bit. It always does.
Melanie B was spotted at the NBCUniversal Summer Press Day held at the Langham hotel in Pasadena, California on April 8, 2014 wearing a Balenciaga Asphalt Grid Tank top, Resort 2014 printed skirt, and Aquazzura Sharienne sandals. Simply stunning!
As I embark the life of a blogger, I am not sure what to expect or even what I hope to get out of this. Okay, I will admit, lots and lots of laughs and occasional cries. During the past few years it has been suggested to me on more than one occasion. Although I always thought, hmm what could I possibly have to share with the world? What makes my thoughts and opinions so important that it must be heard? It turns out I have a lot to share. Remarkable insights, questions, you name it. I hope my perspective on different issues as I go through this journey helps someone in the long run; just as I hope to learn for you all. Welcome to the world and mind of a fierce woman. Signing off, with loves. Christine