Get ready, guys. I know it's been a while (I'm the worst) but I've been busy, needed more storage for photos, wanted to do this right, etc. Or, "yada yada yada" (lookin' at you, George Costanza). Anyway. Florence. My favorite city. And not just "so far in the trip" or "in Italy." Like, one of… Continue reading Florenzia
Another thing that made Venice so magical, much like Paris, was that it was home to what has since become one of my Favorite Art Museums Ever. The Peggy Guggenheim Museum did not have any artwork that directly related to what we were studying in our art class at the time, per se. Our professor… Continue reading The Peggy Guggenheim Museum
Saturday May 27th, 2017 We got to Musée d'Orsay (which again, I will be calling Dorsay because one I'm lazy but two it sounds more like an appropriate and affectionate pet name) around 9:30 am. Paris was quiet and cool, and we got to cross and see the river and streets before they grew wild… Continue reading Dorsay
On Saturday, January 28th, I met Christine (affectionately called "Stank" since some time around tenth grade) in West Midtown for our very favorite meal of the day. Our favorite because it's Leslie Knope's favorite, mostly, but also because it's dang delicious. We ate brunch at West Egg, which I had never been to before. We… Continue reading The Adventures of Lauren & Stank
Hey bros! (Brothers? Bretheren?) It has been several months now, but Georgia Tech's annual homecoming was an absolute blast. I am a homecoming-kind of gal. I love it. I love the events, the game, the competitions… I wanted to take part in the Homecoming festivities, because Homecoming at my high school was HUGE and I loved… Continue reading Homecoming, Man!
Want to know an artsy place at Tech? Paper and Clay. Want to know a really inconvenient place at Tech? Paper and Clay. Don't get me wrong. I really like it. It's basically an open studio with pottery wheels and tables in the back, shelfs to the high ceiling stacked with art in various stages… Continue reading Paper, Clay, and Clouds