The Met

Last Wednesday, before I hopped onto a plane to North Carolina, Jordan and I decided to take a quick trip to the Met! I had never been before, and it was SO hot that the thought of going somewhere with central A/C was enough to convince me it was a great idea!

The Egyptian exhibit was fascinating. The sarcophagi were so tiny!

The period rooms in the American History section of the Met were awesome as well.

This was the courtyard of some rich guy’s castle which was donated to the museum. Faaaaancy!

These were some of my favorite paintings from Monet, Matisse, and Stettheimer.

The Fabrege exhibit was sparkly and delightful, as expected :).

And of course, you can’t forget the rooftop bar, with dazzling views of the city.

On our way home, we saw a lady with the four fluffiest pomeranians. They were SO cute!!



blue-eyedtemplar asked:

The DA-equivalent of a Fabrege Egg.

Leave an object in my ask and my muse will react to it being given to them.

“What a delightful little object!”

Vivienne’s eyes are alight with fascination as she brings the Faberge egg closer for examination. She’s never seen something so small that’s so detailed, and after a second or two of inspection she loses herself among the intricate patterns that line the egg’s surface. This little object is truly a stunningly beautiful enigma, and she’s already thinking about where she’ll place it on her desk.

“Honestly, my dear, this is exquisite. Where ever did you get it?”