Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Upper East Side

Earlier this year, my sweet friend Lizzie invited us to an art exhibit at the 
Park Avenue Armory on the Upper East Side. 
The armory was incredible. 
Those wood floors, my gosh. 
I want to go back. 

It was probably the most interactive art exhibit I have ever been to. 
The swings are connected to the big curtain in the middle.
As people swing back and forth it moves the fabric every which way.
Not sure of the significance...but it was unlike anything I had seen before. 

After the exhibit, we hit up Laduree for some of the yummiest macaroons. 
I hadn't laid eyes on these puppies since my summer in London. 
Scott traveled to Provo for some recruiting one week. 
I kept myself busy with museums. 
One day, I went to The Museum of the City of New York on Museum Mile. 
I love the architecture of this building. 
It had some neat exhibits and only took a few hours to get through. 
We hope to visit all of the museums on Museum Mile. 
So much to see!

Upper East Side, you are wonderfully charming. 
I need to see more of you. 

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