I Heart NYC

1 Nov

A certain amount of years ago (ok, like 10) when I was in college, I hung out with a group of 4 friends and we called ourselves The Quadrangle. We did most everything together, enough so that we had to coin a term for our clique. We all keep in touch even though we’re all scattered around the country. This past month 3 of us decided to finally take a trip together (we missed having Ben but he was off doing something important like his job), and Beth, Jamie, and I chose NYC as our destination. It was magical.

I travel a lot and I love it, and I have seen a lot of the country thanks to Susan and music and good fortune. It’s been a while since I’ve been somewhere that wasn’t to visit family or that had a gig attached to it, so this was a good chance to not make many plans and wander around. Wander around, we did.

I have decided that if anyone reading this has an apartment along Central Park and would like to invite me over just to look out your windows, I’d be happy to oblige. This is a life goal, seriously. I can’t afford rent in one of these buildings (or you know, a mortgage) but I am a pretty good guest and I won’t stay too long. Just long enough to chat about your life in NYC and look our your windows. So you know, hit me up, locals.

In the meantime, whilst I wait for all the offers to roll in, here’s a few highlights!

So polite.

Ray’s Pizza because hungry.

Some lighthearted Medieval art at The Cloisters

Washington Square Park

Milk Bar was amazing

Plaid, tattoo, and coffee trying to fit in Williamsburg

A peaceful last night in Central Park at sunset.

We’ll be back, I am sure. Where should we go next?

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