We could spend all day here
Me: You wanna do [the MOMA on] Friday?
Her: Definitely! MOMA is on my list of places to go. I’ve never been.
RE Mike reminded me that the MOMA had UNIQLO NYC Nights on Fridays and also invited us to a thingy in DUMBO right afterward.
Couldn’t remember the last time I’d been there, so I was looking forward to going.
Mainly wanted to see any Lichtensteins they had since I like pop art.
There’s a story there, but I’ll save it for some other time.
Unfortunately, they only had one small piece, but it was still nice.
I also wanted to check out the Mondrian pieces.
Me: In the 60s, people used to wear Mondrian dresses.
Her: Ah, when you were a kid. I can picture it.
She was thrilled to see some of the Picasso pieces they had…
…and we both really liked the Warhol.
And, we were both really happy to see Monet’s Water Lillies in real life.
Her: Whoa! I had no idea how big it was.
Me: Me neither – that thing’s huge!
Her: I could spend all day here.
Unfortunately, we had to run to head out to DUMBO and started to look for the exit.
But, along the way, we saw a huge crowd of people.
Me: Wait…is that Starry Night?
Her: It is! We’ve got to see it!
I’d never seen a real Van Gogh up close and Starry Night was always my fave of alla his pieces.
But that’s really neither here nor there.
It was really wild to see the actual painting that I’d seen my entire life and in my studies.
We left the MOMA feeling pretty glad we went.
But we had an entire night ahead of us.
I’ll tell you all about it in the next couplea entries.
Location: the gym for the first time in a few days
Mood: busy waiting for the new school year
Music: Now I think I know, what you tried to say to me (Spotify)
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