Date- Thursday: August 7th
Location- Lower East Side
Involved- Uncle and girl
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Alright I’ll return to my normal dialogue now. Just wanted to try something different. On Friday I did A LOT. To start off my day I took the bus to 57th and Madison then walked to the Whitney museum. When I got there, it was closed. I stood in a crowd of annoyed, confused people. Unfortunately, on Fridays the Whitney decided to open at 1, not 11. They need to change their site times. Instead, I took the bus to the MoMA and saw the amazing Toulouse- Lautrec exhibit.
Whenever I go into museums I get overwhelmed by the surrounding masterpieces. So I went out to the museum garden and read for a bit.
Right now I am reading “All the Light We Cannot See” by Anthony Doerr. It is an interesting book about a French, blind girl and a German, electronically-gifted boy during WWII. I’m half way through, and am excited to see how the two character’s paths will cross.
I left and jumped on a another bus to go uptown. I met my aunt and we strolled down to Korea Way, my favorite as we all know. I got dumplings, she got a bunn. After we walked to Tous les Jours for milk bread.
We met a man that works at the Amsterdam Theater (where the play was) before the show and asked if we would like to go backstage after. Of course we said yes. It was a cool experience, seeing how the productions come to life.
5000 pound hanging buildings, 1000s of Swarovski diamonds, exotic fabrics and prints, Disney magic. Everything plays a role.