IMG_7453A couple of weeks ago I found the mathematical equation for a heart in the most unlikely place: at the end of The High Line taking refuge from the cold at Chelsea Market.

IMG_7476I purchased this (below) from Matt Shapoff’s shop: Handmade On Peconic Bay.  In my quest to find hearts, I have never turned to math.  Apparently there are several equations that graph the magical shape.

FullSizeRender(1) It was my first ever visit to Chelsea Market (Meatpacking District). The industrial architecture was visually beautiful with exposed brick walls, original beams and countless rivets!   I also adored Artists & Fleas.


IMG_7685In Central Park I found solitude, confirming that maybe, just maybe, winter is a great time to visit NYC.   IMG_7648

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Photo credit to my husband for my stage debut.

IMG_7663In the right light, at the right time, everything is extraordinary.  ~Aaron Rose

IMG_0009There was also a theoretical physics lesson during our NYC visit and once again the lesson arrived in an unlikely venue: the Manhattan Theater Club.  Have you seen Constellations?  If you haven’t, hurry and catch it before it closes (3.15).  Click here for an official review via the NY Times (the review provides a peak inside the theater too.)  I can’t stop thinking about these two characters, infinite possibilities and the brilliant dialogue written by Nick Payne.  During one scene, Marianne explains “the quantum multiverse,” to Roland, stating “every decision you’ve ever and never made exists in an unimaginably vast ensemble of parallel universes.”  I would love to hear from you if you saw the show!

IMG_7095Apparently physics tells us that snowflakes are nature’s finger print: composed of a unique atomic composition that is unlikely to replicate.  I snapped this ordinary snowflake photo recently. Click here for some fascinating history about photographing snowflakes; courtesy of the HuffPost Science.

Somehow this trip led me to come home and totally revamp my mantel.  True story.  All you need is love (and wings).  I found the giant letters at Hobby Lobby.

IMG_7925IMG_7948IMG_7921Where you are finding inspiration?

Can’t stop listening “Two Hearts Are Better Than One

by Katie Herzig: Live In Studio: Acoustic.