It’s been a while…
I have done a few fun things since I last wrote. The WNDR museum in Chicago was one of my favorites!
I do not want to share too many pictures because there are many unique items in the museum that you have to see for yourself! I would highly recommend going — it is a great place for photos!
I do wish they provided more information on the artist herself. Yahoi Kusama is the artist responsible for the infinity mirrored room which has been seen on Instagram. Not much was said about Kusama besides she had a love for polka dots and used her art to overcome mental illness throughout her life. I think a nice addition to the museum would be more info on Kusama’s life and career, seeing as she was launching her career when the art world was a male dominated industry.
By the end of our walk through I wanted to buy another ticket to go back. There was just so much to see and photograph. There was also so much detail and thought in all of the pieces.
Have you been the the WNDR museum? If so what was your favorite part?
If not I encourage you to purchase your tickets using the link above!
I am also interested in additional museums like this in and around Chicago, if you know any please comment below.
Thanks for reading,
I wanted to take a moment to just appreciate how amazing my boyfriend is.
I appreciate him everyday but today I took the time to reflect on how critical he has been in the last year of my life.
The last year was filled with a ton of emotional ups and downs. Occasionally more downs than ups. Brian has always found a way to be the calming presence in my life. I can be having the worst day but just seeing him brings me so much comfort. From ordering my favorite food for dinner as a surprise to listening to me vent while I cry in my Ramen, you are the biggest blessing and I am so happy to have found you.
Here is a bit of a trip down memory lane…
Happy National Boyfriend Day to the love of my life!
This past weekend was so relaxing. My friends and I joke about it but I literally had to quit my job to go on a girls trip with some great friends!
I am so lucky Stephanie and her family invited us up to Minnesota. The beauty of everything around us just brought such peace over me. In between refreshing cocktails, soaking up the sun, tubing, and eating the most delicious food I had this sense of family. Now this could be a Midwest thing, or it could just be Steph’s family is that bad ass, but I totally felt at home from the first moment I met everyone.
From telling jokes as if we’ve known each other for years to sharing how we met the woman who brings us all together we laughed so much I nearly burned off the calories I’d taken in… nearly. 🤭
There were so many moments on the lake I literally got lost in the sounds of the water while gazing at its beauty. It was like the stress relief sounds they have to put people to bed, BUT BETTER!!! It was real life and I still can’t get over it.
I also discovered my new food obsession: top the tater (I’ve known Steph for nearly 3 years and not once did she mention this; royal sinning).
So this is a chive and onion dip that changes the dip game for me. So much so I am researching ways to bring it to Chicago. What an activist, I know. You will thank me later tho.
The worst part of this trip was saying goodbye to such great people. When you meet someones family you can see exactly what made them the person they are. Stephanie’s family is so full of love and laughter with literally the biggest hearts to open up their home to me.
I’m still sad we had to go. 😪
Along our travels I added to my bucket list:
- Go snowboarding
- Ride a horse
- Run through a corn field
This was such a blast! Thank you Gayle and Mark for opening up your house to me! 😊