It is truely strange (even amusing) how life takes its course. The people that exit and enter your life surely exist to serve some kind purpose, not only in the confines of your life but respectively their own as well. If you ever find yourself on the "outs", try to visualize the "bigger picture" and be comforted by that ever familar phrase: "everything happens for a reason" (barf).

In other news, I have rekindled my love for Yogurtland, brunch and Salvatore Ferragamo.


NYC Photo Diary

Vacations always leave me a bit disoriented after they come to a close.

As always, New York was great. I always entertained the idea of one day living there. Hopefully after I finally graduate I will find a job to facilitate just that.

I have to say whenever I travel to New York and come back home to Miami, I am usually left very much disenchanted with the stark difference between the two cities. When I arrived home this time around, I was almost relieved to encounter drivers switching lanes without any form of indication, questionable ethics running rampant in the workplace, as well as any other unwelcome qualities Miami usually offers.

New York was HOT in the most unpleasant of ways. Don't get me wrong Miami is hot as hell too but in a way that I am used to. New York's particular brand of hotness is unrelenting and inexcusable. New York, you are in the North, either you get with the program and lower your temperature or I am never visiting you in the summer again.

Also, if anyone reading this is in NY, if you haven't done so already, do yourself a favor and visit the Chelsea Market.


Black and White

The day was spent at the Met, where we got to see the Prada/Schiaparelli exhibit. After we indulged in some sushi and called it a day.

Above are two works by mixed-media artist, Izziyana Suhaimi.


Seeing Red

1. Matching lips to bobby pins @ Cacharel, 2. Kirsten Dunst wearing Sophia Coppola LV bag, 3. Pretty red scalloped dress on girl in Stockholm, Sweden, 4. Red heart nail art