This week, I watched “Free the Nipple” on a total whim. It was a movie unlike anything that I’d ever seen before. Because it was based on true events, it was difficult to tell what was fiction and what was real. At times I felt like I was watching a documentary, while at others I seemed to be watching a chick-flick. In all, the short ‘n sweet movie felt very organic and “grass-rootsy.”
Now that finals are done and I’m back at home, I’m searching for interesting things to do in my city instead of sitting on my butt all day catching up on TV. So, this weekend I may head down Dallas Arboretum to take a look at their “12 Days of Christmas” event. Let’s see what the garden looks like in the winter, shall we?
Interesting reads from around the web this week:
What are you up to this weekend?
Have a good one,
It has been brought to my attention that people actually read my New York blog posts (SO flattered! Thanks!) and some have even felt inspired to explore more of the city after reading. This has encouraged me to flush out a few more posts about my New York experiences. Below are never-before-seen, all-new blog posts from my summer in New York. I hope they’re helpful and inspire you to go out and explore!
You can read even more New York posts in my archive!
Thanks for reading! Y’all are my encouragement to keep writing!
This little square in Manhattan holds a special place in my heart. During the summer, I lived only 1 street away, so I often went to Union Square at night to walk, call family and friends, and people-watch. There was always something going on, and the busy little piece of concrete was like my second home away from home. I do not by any means “know-it-all,” but I would like to share some of my favorite places and moments from my times there. CAUTION: get ready for a picture-filled post!