Emily and I talked for a bit Sunday morning and then I took a cab to church. I love going to church in Lincoln Center! There were a lot of visitors! After church I grabbed some breakfast (i.e., banana pudding at Magnolia Bakery). Then I went to my friend Morgan Moore's apartment to drop something off but didn't see her because she and her mom were antiquing and rambling around New England. It was good to see her husband and kids. After that I grabbed a New York Times and sat in Central Park to read the paper. I met a really nice missionary couple (see next blog post). After seeing them I headed to 5th Avenue to see Christmas lights and windows and The Tree at Rockefeller Center. It was bustling with people (SO crowded!!) but really cool. By this time my blisters were killing me so I hopped on my last subway and made my way to the bus. I got home around 10:45pm, exhausted and happy about my weekend in New York City.
I was born and raised in Van Nuys, California. I moved to Boston sight-unseen and have loved living in New England since that day when I said, "this apartment is OLD". My hobbies are antiquing, reading books and magazines (bring back Blueprint and Domino please), sewing, quilting, sightseeing, watching movies, and photography. I love the color red and have a retro red refrigerator (and kitchen aid mixer and ice cream maker and toaster and...) to prove it! I live in a converted high school and love decorating my loft condo (w/ 18 foot ceilings) that was formerly the auditorium. I have 3 brothers, 11 nieces and nephews, and a bus fleet of friends.