Monday, April 6, 2009

Oh, Poster boy.

(Spotted on Fulton C-stop. Manhattan bound.)



Can anyone offer some information about this little creature?


Brooklyn Signage

I got to check out the Brooklyn Storefront Exhibit at Brooklyn Historical Society right before it closed - and was left much more educated about our little borough. The stories that go with the beautiful pictures (by James and Karla Murray) were all so heart warming and made me want to go out of my way to keep the buck in Brooklyn. 



Our friend from Adschool, Trey, invited us to a fun little thing called Google Sandbox. The purpose of the event is to introduce Google products (Go google-docs, go!) to advertising professionals. Those who weren't impressed by that alone, were introduced to another advertising proffesional's friend. Open bar.

Thanks for getting us drunk, Trey!


Sloppy dancing

Danced Friday night away to the beat of The Presets at Webster Hall. The most fun I've had in a long long time. Afterwords we slipped in a secret door and ended up at another dance party. Lots of sloppy moves and gin and tonic's later, I took on the task of balancing down a winding staircase. Looking at the picture now, I'm wondering... maybe it was me who was the winding one?


April's Target 1st

Cleaned out my closet and sold some of my old clothes at Beacon's Closet and Buffalo Exchange and spent the money on dinner at a cute little restaurant with a wonderful group of ladies. Lots of giggles and toasts later, we ended up shaking our bon-bons at Target 1st Saturday at Brooklyn Museum where we were out-danced by a tiny little 2 year old who pop'ed and did jump-splits like she she does it for a living. 

Good times. Good peoples.