Looking Forward to…

Hey there!

For those of you not working on Sundays I wanna say TAKE ME WITH YOU!

Here in Israel, we do work on Sundays and it’s usually a draggg…

Today, it took me about 40 minutes to get out of bed, convince myself that this is all for the best and that routine is good for me. This is a self session I go through every single morning while repeatedly mumbling “I can’t do this all over again”.

So, I finish working in like 2 hours and I just can’t stand today and all I can think of is venting and writing and thinking about stuff I look forward to this week.

And so, without further ado, here are the 5 things that’ll hopefully salvage my bored soul from this yawn of a day.

  1. Tap class – the one and only reason I can endure Sundays. Now that I’ve leveled up, I find Tap a LOT more challenging. #taptaptapgiphy (17)
  2. Viking, season 1 – nothing lifts up my spirit these days more than Ragnar Lodbrok’s ocean Blue eyes (I can just drown in them). Thank god for TV, Scandinavia and Travis Fimmel.giphy (18)
  3. Natural Born Killers lecture – how about a glimpse inside the mind of serial killers to shake off a conventional week, eh? Bring on the psycho’s, sociopaths, and utterly deranged. I’d like to pick their brains, please.
  4. Tuesday in McDonald’s – just made lunch arrangements with my other very bored and excitement seeking co-workers. JUNK, JUNK, JUNK! #junkfoodforthesoul
  5. Sleep – I’m pretty sure that doing all of the above grants me the right of a good night sleep.

I’m usually a happy person, unless it’s a Sunday. That’s when I can be a real b$%&^*. On Mondays I’m still recuperating, so I’m basically more communicative on Tuesdays and further on. Until then, I try to take part in activities that require less to no talking. Ahh, venting is good. It’s good for you.

I won’t be doing this every Sunday because I’ll be probably fast asleep on my keyboard, so enjoy this while you can. Anyways, I think it’s a nice change from posting movie reviews. I felt like a change’s in order. You with me?

Thank you for reading. Comments are always more than welcomed.


After Midnight- Broadway musical


After Midnight musical, Brooks Atkinson Theater New York

i kind of took my time writing about this musical. well, i didn’t really have a blog then. it was an unexpected treat from a good friend. i came to the Worth & Worth hat shop where i used to work, just to say goodbye before leaving to Israel. my friend and hat designer, Orlando, just told me they have an extra ticket, and offered it to me. he designed the hats for the production. of course i wanna go! i was dressed for it too. the theater was so crowded, you can’t imagine. so many well groomed men and women came, fitting perfectly to the ambiance. we had a very good spot. the show started and i was smiling from ear to ear with anticipation. there is something about seeing a Broadway show i can’t really describe. it’s overwhelming and mesmerizing to see everything so shining and big. the set, the costumes, the lights, what a performance! 17 musicians, 25 vocalists, dancers and performers. After Midnight is all about a 1920’s New York jazz club called Cotton Club. i LOVE that era! sexy flapper dresses and cylinder hats, wonderful costume design by Isabel Toledo. this smokin’ hot production made me proudly stand on my feet in the end. i felt i was right then and there. i wish i really was. thank you, dear hat shop, for giving me this opportunity…










"After Midnight" Day Light Savings Time Reminder

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