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Monday, May 17, 2010
I attended an exciting event today as Vice Magazine and Intel launched a multi-year project in celebration of creativity and technology. Here are some photos from the event:
from left to right: Shane Smith, Co-Founder of Vice Magazine; Mark Ronson, DJ/Producer; Deborah Conrad, Vice President of Intel; Alan Palomo of Neon Indian
Lovely Ladies of Vice from left to right: Jacqueline, Adri, Ashley
Illyse Singer and Adam Green
Meghan Labadie (lovely style)
Annika Fischer- intern at Vice
From left to right: Andy and the men of Dawes: Alex, Wiley, and Griffin
William Roan, musician
Saturday, May 15, 2010
Wednesday, May 12, 2010
In the great state of Texas there is a tradition. It has been going on far longer than I've been around, that's for sure. It's called The George Washington's Birthday Celebration, and it takes place in my hometown--Laredo. For over 100 years, Laredoans have celebrated ol' George's birth with parties, parades, and a climactic debutante pageant (of which I was a part in 2007). For me though, this year is a little different. My mother, Betty Ann Bunn Moreno, will be portraying Martha Washington in the 2011 debutante ball, and I cannot wait to witness her experience in the months to come.
My mom is a beautiful woman, with the most generous heart I have ever come into contact with. When she laughs it's like watching a little girl laugh. Her nose is adorable, her blonde hair is voluminous, often in a Brigitte Bardot-style up-do, and her eyes glisten with a natural love of life. I am often told she is very much like her mother, who had the same generous heart and abundant love for others. Therefore it is only natural that my mother should continue the legacy of portraying Martha Washington, the way her mother did in 1968. Natural...and wonderful.