This week has been a hard one for me. I’m sure others have been feeling it, too, or at least felt out of sync. While it’s been my toughest week of the year , I am also reminded that there are so many beautiful things going on. It’s been the first week of November, and it has literally flown by. I had the chance to go see a long, Italian play at the Met Opera, so far my second time at this fine establishment. It was a true eye gem to look at and I was happy to have spent a great birthday with a person, who truly deserved this special gift of cultural epitome. Isn’t it satisfying to appreciate New York’s obvious treasures together instead of all by oneself?
Little Italy’s most prominent street festival is in full swing again: The Feast of the San Gennaro! What once used to be a one-day-ordeal has turned into a 10-day-worship of Saint Januarius and it has caused the streets Read More »
The past six months have been a crazy whirlwind of happenings. If not to say even the past year. From odd career choices over varying schedules to pure travel mania… Where to start?
Perhaps it all started when I gave up working in an office environment at Read More »
Day Three turned out to be my last day in the second hilliest city out west. After three different cities, three different types of people, food, and culture, I couldn’t believe that I was almost all set to go back East. I felt that San Francisco had been a place a lot of people visit and therefore Read More »
It’s the last day of August. I haven’t blogged all month so I thought getting in this last post before summer comes to an end would be appropriate. The last day of August is Read More »