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Weekly Gratitude

(1)

Thank you to my company for forcing me on a walking tour of Brooklyn. Came across this vintage vehicle propped up on cement blocks, just aging the day away.

(2)

Thank you, Brooklyn, for opening me up to the joys of antiquing. I’m in need of this gold trunk, but for now I’ll settle for this image of a gorgeous vignette of trunks.

(3)

Thank you, Mondrian SoHo, for hosting my Cle de Peau event. Every minute spent in production was almost as stunning as this gorgeous sunset.

And thank you, New York, for legalizing gay marriage. Though I spent the evening at home in Boston with family, I could feel the outcry on Twitter, so I can only imagine the excitement in the city.

I Love Love…

…I really do.

And to hear about a failed love, or a love gone wrong (they are different) really breaks my heart. In a perfect world (like the one I grew up in, within which I have two parents who are more in love now than ever), I would imagine everyone is in love like the people who live (or work) in the building depicted in this image… so in love they had to shout it from (or write it on) the rooftops.

“Love You” written on a building just below the Mondrian SoHo. I love the effort to spread love.