I’m back to blogging and back to New York! It feels so good to be back. L.A. was an amazing experience but I am glad it is over. I am a New York City girl and although, I miss the nice weather now that I am back, I am happy to to be seating here typing on my computer once again with new ambitions and new goals. So I have a lot to say to catch you up such as how my career has been going. I must say the movie went extremely well. My life has changed now completely since I am being noticed more on the street and I have now got a certain status in Hollywood but nothing’s too outrageous. Don’t go searching for my name on IMDB or think I’m someone I am not. I like being somewhat anonymous so I have made it so most people won’t be able to find out who I am. It’s really not that important. I have nothing to say on this blog that relates to my work besides my modeling career and maybe friends and boyfriends as well. My modeling career has come to a stop. I still have done spreads in magazines but as an actress not a model. I love modeling with the glamour and clothes but my true passion is acting which I have been blessed to persue. Now that I am back in New York though I think I am going to continue auditions for new movies but take it slow and enjoy life. I have accomplished so much in my life that now is a better chance than any to stop for a minute. I can back to New York because I couldn’t resist it. I was done with the movie – done with LA – and I knew that I could continue doing just what I was doing but instead around family and friends and my true love, NY.
Boys Boys Boys. Mr. right has turned out to be Mr. wrong. Or more like Mr. wrong timing. Long-distances barely work out and I wasn’t going to try it with him. So in LA I dated around but nothing serious enough to continue on to NY. So here I am single and on the Upper East Side now. I have moved from fashionable Downtown to uptight Uptown but I am liking it so far. It is quieter and I love being right near Central Park. I have been taking walks almost everyday in the park, sometimes lasting for hours. I am still best friends with “Charlotte,” “Miranda,” and “Samantha.” “Miranda” is now married to the personal assistant and “Samantha” has gone back to her distructive ways of sleeping with rockstars and bartenders. “Charlotte” is doing great and can be followed on her own blog called New Yorke Cherie. “Samantha” and I have become better friends sicne her breakup with her boyfriend because he was too demanding for her and changed her. She’s back to her old ways but is more matured now. I love being able to just drop by when I need my friends instead of setting up Skype times on a weekly basis.
There’s nothing more to say except I am so excited to be back and can’t wait for this summer. Besides the occasional photoshoot or audition I will be blogging so get ready for some intense dedication! Thanks for checking back in and I will write more when I get back from “Miranda’s” Hampton house on wednesday.
xx- A Vogue Idea
My best friend Zoe aka “Charlotte” wrote a post on her blog, New Yorke Cherie, about high school which totally inspired me to write another post about my high school experience. Zoe has been my best friend since eighth grade, along with some other close friends I kept in contact with. I’ve already talked about my past boyfriends but what I haven’t spent too much time on was my friends, our parties, and school, which of course are topics that should be discussed. My parents were always really harsh. I was grounded almost every month when I was slacking a bit but it ended up in my favor when I went to my dream school. They would ground me for anything below an A on a report card, any night I satyed out later than curfew, and anytime I acted in any way rude to them.
My friend’s parents were a whole different story. All of them didn’t care if they stayed out until three in the morning and some won’t even care if we drank. Of course I managed to make sure I slept over at their houses every Saturday night instead of going back home. For the most part, my friends were all crazy and fun but in the end great friends. The cliques at my school were very defined but there wasn’t really a popular group. There were just many cliques. The nerdy smart kids, the pot heads, the sluts, and then my group which kind of was in the middle of it all. There were many girls in our ‘clique’ but of course I had the ones I was closest too, like “Charlotte” and two others.
The parties were insane. We would do things I still consider pretty crazy in my twenties. We always knew someone who knew someone who got us into all the award show after-parties, club openings, celebrity parties, and benefits. I personally think that this sort of life worked out completely well for me. I didn’t end up with any kind of disorders, although many of my friends did, and I didn’t end up spoiled. I am so thankful to have lived in New York and had the oppertunities I have had. My dad came from a lower class family and had to work his way up and that really gave me, personally, a great deal of aspiration within myself. The school was the most important and then came the parties and you have never seen a party until you see a New York City penthouse party. These parties consisted of not only music, booze, and boys, but the hottest djs, the most gorgeous outfits, that by the end of the night, would be ruined, and after-parties in Union Square or Central Park.
Well I admit it was one hectic life but atleast I turned out okay… I guess. 😀
I don’t mean basketball or baseball or volleyball. I mean tennis. Through a few friends, namely my “Miranda” friend, I got a premiere box seat at the US Open. My friend (“Miranda”) is going to go with me and our seats are together so it’ll be super fun. Her family is also going. I usually go every year but this year will be special because I’m going with my boyfriend. Yes, I did say boyfriend. Who is he who may ask? Drumroll please! Mr. Right who turned out to be Mr. Wrong is now officially Mr. Right. He called me in the middle of the night last night to ask if he could come over. I agreed, half because I just wanted to put the phone down and get some z’s. But then he showed up with flowers and told me he couldn’t stop thinking about me! He said that everything happens for a reason and us breaking up showed him that we were really meant for each other. Isn’t that just the sweetest thing ever?
Anyway after a few hours of talking I finally went to bed and then when I found out I actually had the tickets I immediately invited him because I want to see if “Miranda” and him will get along. Fingers crossed.
I am so excited for the US Open though! So many celebrities have been photographed there this week! Hopefully I will get to sit next to Johnny Depp on one side and Brad Pitt on the other side. Now wouldn’t that be splendid? The celebrities that actually have been seen there include Anna Wintour, the goddess herself, Christie Brinkley, and those gorgeous pageant girls, Miss Teen USA and Miss Universe.
Anna Wintour with her signature sunglasses and a casual yet chic dress.
Christie Brinkley in a flattering, white summer dress and an adorable fedora.
Both girls wearing flow-y summer tops and showing off their legs.
It’s gonna be lots of fun and I’ll tell you about it afterwards. By the way, thanks for all the emails. I really enjoy reading all of your feedback and fashion questions. Keep them coming!!