Happy June, guys!
Ever had one of those moments where your sheer brilliance astounds even you? Like when you do something so smart and come up with an idea so ingenious that you knock your own socks right off?
Well this isn't one of those moments. Quite the contrary, actually. I was planning to post about my cafe, restaurant, and diner excursions in the city today and had saved up all of my pictures on my memory card. I wasn't really paying all that much attention when I put the memory card in my computer and I put it in the disk drive by mistake!
Once I realized what it happened, it was too late - it was definitely one of those slow moment noooooooooooooooooooooooooooo kind of things as I let go of the memory card. My MacBook Pro sucked it in and I couldn't get it back out. GAH! Here comes the really dumb part. Since I couldn't get my memory card out, since its too small, I decided to stick in a DVD, too.
I know y'all are all rolling your eyes at me right now, but bear with me - I suck at technology and I thought maybe the memory card would surf on out of my laptop on the DVD.
Nope. No such luck. Instead, now I can't get the memory card OR the DVD out! I'm going to have to go to the Apple store and have them open up my laptop, but they already said that the memory card and DVD will both be destroyed. And I might have done damage to the hard drive (whatever that is - but if an itty bitty memory card can damage it, it can't be that hard. Right?) Anyway, MEH.
But obviously this means today's post has to be a little different. Since my computer just ate all of my food pictures (boooooo).
So I've decided to do a fashion post, instead. Being in New York City is great for many reasons, but just the sheer fashion is definitely one of the first ones that come to mind!
Just walking around, there are so many different people, cultures, styles, etc. that you can't help but be inspired! Since I'd feel a wee bit awkward taking pictures of random strangers, however, I'm going to do this fashion inspiration about a celebrity whom I adore and whose fashion is always fun (even if it doesn't always work).
She has fun with fashion (though the jumpsuit thing happens way too often - not a fan).
Last (for today) but not least, she's also an inspiration for women everywhere. When Tyra hit her mid-20s, she started developing curves and couldn't fit into her runway-ready size four anymore. Instead of starving herself to fit the agency standard, Tyra owned who she was - and after that was when she became the hugely successful supermodel that she is today.