If you had known, a year ago, that a global pandemic was coming in 2020, what would you have done differently? Me? I would have tried harder to see the world outside of my apartment.
On April 27, 2019, I passed by Lyric Theatre for the first time since Harry Potter and the Cursed Child opened there, saw the amazing marquee outside, and promised myself I’d save up and watch the play…eventually.
On November 3, 2019, through a combination of clever budgeting and timely discounts, I watched the play! (Broadway prices are no joke, let me tell ya.)
Today, I finally blow the dust off my photos and share my spoiler-free review. Here we go!Read More »
Last year, the best friend and I crossed something significant off our bucket lists: Attend New York Comic Con. This year, I crossed off another thing: Cosplay! Cosplay, or costume play, is the act of dressing up as a fictional character.
Since this was my first time cosplaying, I knew I had to bring the Harry Potter love, and so, unsurprisingly to anyone, I chose a Ravenclaw student as my first cosplay. What do you guys think?Read More »
As a child, I always dreamt of the world beyond what I could see. Now that I’m legally an adult (ugh), I realize belatedly that always looking towards the horizon meant missing what’s in front of me. Turns out, New York is an amazing backyard to play in.
This past summer, I crossed two things off my New York Bucket List: Paint-Nite and Outdoor Movies.
Painting + Open Bar + I-Don’t-Know-What-I’m-Doing = Paint-NiteRead More »
Where do I even begin? High school when the best friend and I first heard about this new fan convention in New York? College when we couldn’t go to comic con because October was always the month of midterms? Last year when both the best friend and I were settling in to new jobs and trying to pay the bills?Read More »