I finally have an internship! Weeks of researching placements & interviews are now over, as I’ll be the new design intern at two.one.five magazine beginning Monday. SO EXCITED.
My cooking adventures continue! Two dinners from this week: spinach penne with vegan cheesy sauce & roasted asparagus, and couscous with balsamic vinaigrette and lots o’ toppings. (Asparagus, mushrooms, red&yellow pepper, kale and tempeh!)
I should work on my posture. More importantly, Rachel and I went on an outing to the Print Center – I told you I was going to go – so that I could marvel at Amy Stein’s work in person.
The face of an adoring fan. (Does the photograph on the wall look familiar?)
The Print Center is a neat space, and I plan on making repeated visits during my time here. I liked almost everything I saw!
Afterwards we walked along South St. to Isaiah Zagar‘s Magic Garden. It’s a huge and composed entirely of mosaics.
It’s official; a.k.a. music is officially my favorite store in this city. I haven’t owned a CD since like, middle school, when I listened to music far too embarrassing for me to proclaim on the internet. Anyway, my non-CD owning status changed dramatically this past week.
From top to bottom!:
Lovers — Sleep With Heat
Tender Forever — The Soft and the Hardcore
Great Lake Swimmers — Bodies and Minds
The Innocence Mission — Umbrella
Lake — Oh, The Places We’ll Go
Antony and the Johnsons — I Am a Bird Now
Antony and the Johnsons — The Crying Light
Finally… I’m incredibly lucky & happy that I’ve been receiving a fairly steady stream of beautiful & thoughtful mail since I’ve arrived. (I’m looking at you, Ally!) I have received cards and letters and envelopes made out of lovely paper that I’ll never throw away, and two books I’m so excited to read.