Last Sunday, the St. Louis World’s Fare was held in Forest Park in commemoration of the original 1904 world’s fair. I was so excited to go, because as luck would have it, I was in the right place at the right time (studying in St. Louis, right next to Forest Park, in 2014).
Alright, I’ve been nominated by my bud Christina to participate in the book challenge over a week ago. You have no idea how much time it took to write this post on top of schoolwork because I thought, rethought, and after many hours, finally composed my final list of books and reasons why I chose them. Here we go:
“Post a list of 10 books that have impacted/awed you in some way.”
For the second year in a row, I attended St. Louis’s annual art fair on Sept. 7. To my surprise, the fair went beyond the St. Louis community, and artists from all over (New York, North Carolina, Minnesota) were present.
I love this week’s photo challenge theme: ADVENTURE. I’m all about exploration! And I had a really awesome weekend adventuring around St. Louis, first to an antique shop, then a sculpture park, and finally an art fair.
This past weekend I introduced two friends to this nearby attraction called Laumeier Sculpture Park. To my relief, it was larger than Socrates Sculpture Park (the one I found in New York), so we had sufficient sculptures to explore.
The first thing I saw when I entered the park was this: