08 August 2013

That One Week Where I ate a Ton and Walked A Lot aka My NYC Recap

I'm baaaaaaaaack!

NYC was great: I ate a lot, walked a lot, got a little drunk and a lot poor.

I have a confession to make...

We have already established I am a horrible person, so I might as well keep proving it to you all...

I never read when bloggers recap their little adventures or trips. 

I wasn't there, I do not find your pictures of the museum fascinating and I like architecture and buildings and shit, but I just cannot be bothered to scroll through and look through them all. 

Sorry. 

On that note: here are some pictures from my fanfuckingtastic time in NYC. 



Here is a building.



Apparently this is art.



Apparently this is also art. 



The incredibly beautiful 9/11 memorial.


New York City and whatnot.


Another building.


The Statue of Liberty.


I have about 5400 other pictures that I plan on making into an online scrapbook and making my children look through every year at Christmas, but until then they will live in my computer hard drive until I A) get un-lazy enough to actually make said online scrapbook or B) there is a technology invented that will give me "Skinny Arms" in every single photo with a click of the button. 

Now I am off to dive into Bloglovin and see all the incredibly important things I have missed this week and comment the hell out of the interwebs so you guys don't forget about me. 

Have an amazing weekend!



5 comments:

  1. i LOVE LOVE LOVE NYC.. my fav part is soho; i could spend HOURS just walking around. last time i went to NYC, we took the subway down to the world trade center (before the attacks so it's been a while) and then walked all the way up to madison square gardens! we also crossed the brooklyn bridge on our way (by accident) and went through all those little areas like little italy, china town, chelsea etc..it took us like 10hrs to do it but it was awesome and i'd do it again!

    -kathy
    Vodka and Soda

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  2. We went in January and it was an amazing trip! I feel like we didn't have enough time there (4 days) and we plan on going back next spring. LOVED IT!

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  3. Funny, at least you're honest, ha-ha! NYC is worth seeing at least once in your life! :) Danica

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  4. "Apparently this is art" LMFAO!!!!! I was at the Met back in June and saw that exhibit and said that same damn thing! It looks like someone bulldozed an apartmet and threw the remians in a neat pile on the floor.

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