And now for the final weekend in New York…City!
Friday started out at MoMA. It’s pretty sweet. Some large company with a bull’s eye as their symbol sponsors free Friday nights, so it was more crowded than I would have liked (crowds? In New York City? Never!)
This was an art piece that I took pictures of from both ends. This way, all the blocks look like they’re the same size…
But on they other size, they are comically shrinking!
In the architecture exhibit in the MoMA, there was a really neat chandelier made out of broken dishes. Since I’m moving in 8 days, this is definitely something that I want to have in my new apartment.
Of course I had to take a picture of the globe thingy at Rockefeller Center. I saw this and I immediately thought of the television show 30 Rock (which stands for 30 Rockefeller Center).
At Broadway! I saw a billboard for In the Heights with Corbin Bleu! And since I’m 10 years old, I have seen all three High School Musicals several times and I got really excited that Corbin Bleu was on a billboard. Anyone else think that Corbin Bleu sounds suspiciously like Cordon Bleu?
At the Toys R Us in Times Square, they had this weird advert in the window. Why, oh why, would a baby need mock-denim diapers? Babies do not know the difference between denim and plastic.
Happy and I make really good models. Why aren’t we wearing these fancy fashionable dresses with our hips thrust forward standing in the middle of the street? Oh, the injustices plague me every single day of my life. (It’s the pelvic thrust that really drives you insa-a-a-a-a-ane!)
I saw my first play on Broadway – Green Day’s American Idiot. It was very interesting, though slightly disheartening. The music was awesome (especially if you like Green Day and aren’t turned off by their newer stuff, claiming it’s too “political”).
Stay tuned to find out if I found “labels and love” in New York…