Such seems to be the cue for some foreboding music, but nope, it isn't. It's been a while, and such is a fact.
So, here's a recap of what has happened in my life since I last posted...
I had a nice four-day break of doing basically nothing. Which was so nice oh my goodness!
One day my mother and I went to the Cloisters, which is an extension of the Met, I believe. It's a museum dedicated to European medieval art. I think. I don't feel like fact checking at the moment.
Pretty, right? Those are from the gardens in the Cloisters, which are actually called cloisters. Which is why the whole place is called the Cloisters. I'd recommend going, though it might be nice to go on a day when it isn't raining so you can actually take more time in the gardens.
It was raining when I went, which is why I said that.
After that break, I went to volleyball camp at NYU. I even stayed at the dorms. Which were really nice.
That's the view from the dorm I stayed in. It's really nice, right?
I also turned fifteen. Which is totally weird to think because my birthday just went and passed just like that. I didn't even really want anything!
Just really some spending money for the trip I'm taking to Pairs and the south of France with school this year. And maybe some music. And concert tickets.
I really really really want to see Lorde in concert.I recommend all of her music as she's a great human being and also a great musician.
Alas, I seem to have a dilemma! Firstly, she was just in the city earlier this week, but it was only for those eighteen and older! Such is the death of me, as that seems to happen with every musician that I like. (See: MS MR. Who were, coincidentally at the Lorde concert. Why couldn't I go?! Oh, that's right! I'm not eighteen! Boo!)
And then it seems like she's going to play Webster Hall but that seems to also have an eighteen or older rule.
(Curse you, Webster Hall! You're keeping me away from MS MR too!)
Anyway, for my birthday, my mother and I travelled down to the city (which is New York City, for the uninitiated) and walked down the High Line.
I have more pictures, but with leftover Christmas return money, I recently got a Lomography Diana Mini, so I used that and took analogue pictures. I've yet to develop the film.
I don't have anything more to say yet, though.
Hopefully I'll actually be back soon.