I apologize for no new posts! I was in New York City for 3 days and ever since I've sort of been, well, doing absolutely nothing at all (and it's been fantastic). I've tried to stay away from Facebook---actually, the entirety of the internet world because as we all know while living in a technologically dominated era--sometimes it's nice to have a little break. But that break is no longer because I am a blogger, yes, me, a real blogger and I need to keep telling myself that. I suppose what I haven't told you is that sophiesmonde has become a turning point in my life (as lame as that sounds). I've always wanted to start a blog and blog about well - I haven't exactly found my field of expertise yet - but I am enjoying it none the less. I can't believe my Birthday and all of that shabang has come and gone, to say the least, it was one of the best Birthdays I have ever had and I'm happy to share it with you.
Here's a quick snapshot of the big NY before heading into the Lincoln Tunnel. That's one of my favorite moments. Seeing that view, going through the tunnel and being part of the view. I've always been fond of tunnels because although they're a little scary and you're wondering whether you'll be the one who the tunnel falls down on, their purpose can be easily metaphorically translated, if that makes any sense. A tunnel can bring you from one place to another, from one attitude to another --- from NEW JERSEY to Manhattan!?!? Probably one of the largest changes a tunnel has the job to create!
Here's a picture of my mother sitting by the fountain in front of the Plaza. This fountain marks a pinpoint location for me, it's the epicenter for the Upper East Side. Strategically placed between The Plaza and Central Park, I am assured this fountain has witnessed many fabulous people, events and outfits! Everything happens in the perimeter of this fountain; with Serendipity and Alice's Tea Cup just around the corner, Barney's, Bloomingdales and Bergdorf's at the foot of its stairs, this fountain is the composer of the renowned classiness that Madison avenue, Park and Lexington are famous for.
Et Voila, after a couple lovely days in the city I arrived home to a bag in a box with the signature CHANEL letters on it. The 5120's have officially been found and are now in good hands!
Again, apologies for the sudden disappearance, I suppose you could say I pulled a 5120.....or perhaps I just got lost in the wrong world.
I've found myself again,