Fashion week is so passé (see me at the Zang Toi show) and I was going out almost every day that week. This past weekend, like any other weekend, I just wanted to relax with no itinerary. We slept in, ate, walked around, took pictures, had friends over for dinner, people watched..it was a superbish weekend. I had a thought. What if we actually owned a TV. Would we be tempted to snuggle on the couch and watch TV all day like back in the good old days? Probably. My laziness engulfs me. However, without a TV, I've been able to catch up with a couple of my favorite shows such as Breaking Bad and almost catching up with 'So You Think You Can Dance' (I haven't seen ONE elimination round yet! I know, wth!).
On Sunday, I took a free yoga class gifted to me for my birthday (and all other yogis on their birthday) by Sapere Studio. It kicked my butt since I haven't done yoga for a couple of months now. It has been two days and I'm still sore but love it! I wish I could take more classes but they are quite expensive and it is not within my budget so I am happy just sitting at home saving my pennies and getting fat.
|A hidden gem in between NYU campuses. Euro feel in the middle of NYC|
|Blue fish thai basil sandwich from Num Pang. Cambodian inspired sandwiches served up in many variety.|
Num Pang has great ratings and we finally got to try it. Dave liked it but I prefer simply Viet style banh mi sandwiches. I have a feeling they don't eat sandwiches like this in Cambodia. I'd be mighty disappointed to arrive in Cambodia and there are no sandwiches in sight.
|Imagining The Lowline|
|Hester Street Fair|
This fair used to be bustling. What happened? The vendors look depressed and it was such a beautiful day.
|LES stenciling by Nick Walker|
|Crossing the Williamsburg bridge by foot is a great way to be fatigued|
|Finally got to check out Brook Farm General store below the W'burg bridge.|