Anyone who likes this blog would probably find this interesting. Sarah Jessica Parker will be doing the voice-over for the audio guide to accompany the exhibition.
My mornings are always a little wild, starting with my walk/run to the El. Either I will have to shove my way onto the Elevated traincar to stand jammed up against the wall, trying not to hit anyone with my oversized purse while still establishing a little personal space so I can maintain balance once the train starts moving…or I will walk in the doors and sit down. This morning was an epic battle (I can’t even talk about the snow and messiness…).
I shoved my way on, standing with my face practically in someone’s jacket who was standing in front of me. This left me no room to read my current book of choice, Eclipse. So I stood, with no distraction in hand, for the duration of my ride to the loop.
As I looked around, I noticed how many people were reading, or if they couldn’t find room in front of their face like me, holding a book. Then I thought of the flurry of news reports there were regarding what celebrities were reading – Paris Hilton carrying self-help books after her release from prison (The Power of Now), Britney Spears with her Kabala books and then The Chronicals of Narnia, Drew Barrymore reading Skinny Legs and All, and Angelina reading What is the What?. Not to mention all the celebrities writing books – Chelsea Handler, Madonna, Tori Spelling, and even Britney Spears’ mother. Continue reading