Speaking of 30 Rock, the show’s hilarious creator/writer/star Tina Fey recently won the Mark Twain Prize for comedy. I didn’t watch the ceremony at the Kennedy Center, but even her Q & A is entertaining.
I don’t watch Glee but I love the show’s take on Katy Perry’s “Teenage Dream”.
A short movie about life on Facebook, featuring music by the Rolling Stones.
Which links are you loving this week?
P.S. I changed my blog’s theme, though it’s pretty similar to my last one. I’m looking for a new header though, and I’ll gladly take any suggestions!
With all this cold rain we’ve been getting in New York City, I can only be so creative with my clothing choices. Last week though, we had what I’m sure was one of the last sunny and mild days of the year. I took the opportunity to break out one of my favorite summer dresses. It was comfortable and my accessories (knee-high socks are big this fall) kept me warm enough as I ran around on another busy day on campus.
Blue Pashmina- Borrowed; Dress- Thrifted; Knee-High Socks- Little League Softball; Boots- Target.
The title of this post comes from the theme song of this telenovela I used to watch back in high school, Rebelde. Think Gossip Girl meets Glee, but set in a Mexican boarding school and with Latin pop. It was a cheesy, melodramatic trainwreck, but also managed to be a worldwide hit. Anyway, the point is those sexed-up Mexican schoolgirls were rocking knee-high socks way before they became trendy this fall.