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WhatUp Wednesday #62

Hi friends! I hope you all have been doing well! I’ve been busy busy busy doing the Instacart gig so thanks for not getting mad that I haven’t been writing as much! Let me know if you ever want to try it and I’ll be happy to give you my referral code!  In my down time at home or on the job occasionally, I’ve had some time to catch up on my shows! Hulu brought back The Handmaids Tale for another season and I finished episode 5 yesterday. Wow! That’s all I can say after I finshed the last episode! Are you watching it?? I don’t want to give anything away so I won’t say anything else! I might need to do another post on it!  I also watched a couple of movies on Netflix: Always Be My Maybe and Murder Mystery. Always was a fun rom com with a mostly Asian cast which was refreshing! I love seeing diversity in main character roles! It was about friends from childhood who grow into adults leading separate lives and then get back together. That’s all I will tell you! It’s worth the watch if you wa

Sunday Style: Monet: The Late Years

Happy Sunday! If you follow me on Instagram, you know that I was able to attend the press preview of the new art exhibit, Monet: The Late Years at the  Kimbell Art Museum  this past Thursday. It was an amazing experience to see so many of this great artist’s painting up close! To see the detail in each stroke and think about how he worked up to his death painting each canvas was just breathtaking!  They had wonderful refreshments for us before our tour with the deputy director and curator of the exhibit, Mr. George T.M. Shackelford. The director of the museum, Mr. Eric M. Lee,  also said a few opening remarks prior to our tour.  This exhibit is the bookend of the earlier exhibit at the museum titled  Monet: The Early Years . This exhibit has art borrowed from all over the world so that there could be an amazing collection of fifty pieces of his later years work. Talk about stunning! I could definitely tell that he was going blind and had cataracts in a lot of his last pieces. You could