I’ve taken a break from blogging. I felt I didn’t have anything worthwhile to say, and maybe I still don’t, but I still want my voice heard. Whether my topics be on my love of fashion to relationship struggles, I will make myself as useful as possible.
My next few posts will be covering NYFW in February and then we’ll move on from there. My move to New York is imminent, so I see this as the perfect opportunity to catch up and continue what I started.
This time around for Fashion Week, we decided to stay in multiple places to get a feeling for every neighborhood. From the West Village, to here in the Financial District, up to the Upper West Side, and then down to the Lower East Side, it was quite the adventure. Pictured above is a view from the Hilton Millennium. Being the “bitch on a budget” that I am, I got quite the deal from Hotwire.com. Everytime Every time (Britney always makes me spell wrong since 2004. The least she could do is send over several Venti Frappucinos.) I travel, I always look for the hottest deals and I end up in places like this.
I have said it multiple times, but this time a growth will finally take place within my blog. I write and update rarely, but still have a steady flow of daily views around the world. I changed it up the other day with a post about a television show, but lately I have had thoughts that I wanted to write about, but I couldn’t decide which forum to use to display these thoughts. Not so much do I want to complain about various things I see, go through, whatever, but rather do I want to share them and learn. I mean, that’s the essence of a blog, right?
I have an upcoming post that has been in the news recently and something that I actually went to. We’ll share and post when that’s complete. In addition, I will once again be attending New York Fashion Week, so it would be nice to share some street style photos of me, the friends that will be with me, and various people I encounter.
On a non-related post, I feel it’s my duty as an American to comment about “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo,” TLC’s latest reality show. I’m not sure what the intent of this programming is, but it is gold. While the world America loves reality television, my sister and I watched the premier tonight in its entirety with our mouths agape; utterly speechless. This show is America’s way of showing the world those cousins/family members that you avoid and don’t speak to. Is this how the world perceives us? Possibly. Being one of the most powerful countries in the world, is this what we have to show off for it? Between this and the bigotry of Chick-fil-a, we’re doing a real swell job promoting our nation’s proud citizens. Then again, we thought Snookie was bad. How did she end up as the gold medalist in this story?
At the core of it all, we are allowed to sit around our TVs in wonder, possibly disgust or sheer confusion, but these people are probably getting paid, receiving free household products, and from what I see, are quite apologetically themselves, something many of us lack. Maybe we should stop judging and appreciate them for who they are. Maybe? Possibly.