Monday, March 28, 2011

"I Can Wear Leopard Glasses"

Advanced Style: Age and Beauty on

I stumbled upon this fantastic video on TheGlamourai and was absolutely in love with it.

I hope everyone else who visits this page and watches the video is as delighted by these bold ladies as I was.

Be Bold; Wear Leopard

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Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Meet Mark

Meet Mark!

When I was little the only present I would ask for was a little brother or sister. Finally, when I was 11 years old my little brother Mark was born. Watching Mark grow up has been a very interesting thing to observe. When he was two he liked to watch videos of himself as a baby, when he was five he had a tendency to try and climb trees only to one time fall from a branch and knock out a tooth, when he was ten he realized he needed a cell phone.

Mark is in 5th grade now and no doubt the coolest kid in his class (also the most handsome, back off ladies!). He also is very smart (although not a fan of doing his homework) and works out math problems in his head faster than I can.

So ladies and gentlemen, meet my little brother Mark.

Such a cutie; first day of 1st Grade

Growing up and waiting for a drink at the bar

Jet ski in Jamaica

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

It's A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood

At "The Best Chocolate Cake in the World"-turns out it's far from the best.
Picture courtesy of Sukhie 
Walking to class one afternoon I realized how many beautiful details I pass on a daily basis and rarely stop to notice. New York will never cease to amaze me; each and every block.

4th Avenue and 11th Street

10th Street and University Place
"When one door closes, another opens..."

University Place

Kevorkian Center

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Mr. Oscar's Silver Cousin


                                                      Mr. Oscar and I

This weekend was the 83rd Annual Academy Awards which I diligently watched to see my favorite actress Natalie Portman win the well-deserved Best Actress award. While Mr. Oscar himself is a gold statue, I dressed as his silver cousin (twice-removed) for my University’s 22nd Annual Violet Ball. The event was held in the atrium of our main library showcasing school spirit at its finest. 

Getting ready to walk the "red carpet"
Photo courtesy my friend Deena Sami (the great journalist/reporter)

The atrium

My dearest friend and fellow pseduo-blogger, Sukhie

                                                     Hair and make-up compliments of moi