Thursday, December 3, 2009
Have you missed me? I sure have missed you.
Life does not allow me time to blog. I am sorry. Please visit me over on my new tumblr though. I will reblog and post things over there pretty regularly until I can get time in my life to keep my blogger in shape.
Hopefully soon I will be able to make it really pretty, but for now just enjoy the images I have been reblogging.
Image from desktop, from somewhere else originally.
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Right now I am on an airplane. That's right, my airplane has internet! I am really excited about it.
I am on an airplane because I am heading home to the West Coast for Thanksgiving. I am really excited about seeing my family, my dog, and all my friends.
The Richanbach household has rented three movies that seem to be typical of a holiday weekend for us. Start Trek (the new one), Miracle on 34th St (it was a tough choice between Natalie Wood and Dylan McDermott, but Dylan McDermott won), and Rear Window.
See you in a few hours West Coast!
Photos from flickr
Saturday, November 21, 2009
This weekend my friends Jonas Sees in Color are going to be in town from North Carolina. We are going to go and enjoy the city tonight, and maybe track down some Hennigans Scotch...
Also, have you heard of Whiskey Dinner at L'Ecole? It is a six course meal paired with single malt Whiskey. Mmmmmm, delicious.
Friday, November 20, 2009
Thursday, November 19, 2009
Let me tell you what I am excited about tonight. Having It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia on DVR. Kitten mittens rocked my world two weeks ago, and Charlie's mind blew my mind last week. I am excited to see what is in store.
The reason I must DVR it though is because my lovely roommate and I are going to see Coco Avant Chanel at the Paris Theater. We have been planning on doing this for weeks, and feel it is a very good choice for our inaugural film at the theater.
I am normally opposed to listening to Christmas music before Thanksgiving. I really like Thanksgiving, so I like to give it its time, then I still have a whole month to get excited about Christmas. But when the Christmas songs are being sung live to your by Harrick Connick Jr. I make an exception.
Tuesday was the unveiling of the Bloomingdale's Holiday windows (which are all sparkly!), and to celebrate the unveiling Harry Connick Jr. did a little performance on Third Avenue. I work across the street from Bloomindale's so of course my co-worker and I took a little fieldtrip across the street to see the man himself.
The photos are from his performance, sorry they are all blurry and you can't see his pretty face. I was close enough where I could, but my iPhone was apparently not aware of that. I do like the colors in the photos though.
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
I don't walk by The Strand as often as I used to. That is probably a good thing, considering I always find myself looking at the books they have outside and buying one or two, and my apartment does not have enough space many more books. Above our a couple of covers that caught my eye when I did walk by The Strand yesterday.
I also bought Little Women for 48¢. BOOYA!