"Start Spreading the News, I'm Leaving Today..."
Well folks, it's official. After a lot of talk, prayer and dream sessions (filled with snack breaks) we have finally decided what we will be doing after my husband graduates from business school in May...
We are moving to New York City.
NEW YORK CITY!!
My favorite city on Earth. I am sort of shell-shocked that it's even happening. Stevie accepted a job in NYC, so after May we will be relocating. To New York. I am so stoked. I'm sure you can't tell. True story: ever since I was a little girl, I have dreamed of living in New York. And becoming an actress. It's true. It might sound naive and pathetic, but I admit that I am one of the many who romanticize this city (probably more than it merits) as the mecca of all dream locales. Now I have the chance to see if it lives up to the hype in my mind. My oh my. Let the games begin.
Autumn in New York.
We took a little trip to NYC in the fall to visit friends, and I got endlessly carried away with my camera. Like I said, I just really love this place. Everything was interesting and colorful and characteristic, so it was easy to just photograph my brains out. Here are (more than a few) photos from that lovely rendezvous.
From Left to Right, Read it Like a Book
1. Church of the Blessed Sacrament//2. High Line Park/3. Tom's (Seinfeld Restaurant)//4. Strawberry Fields//5. A.G. Kitchen//6. High Line Park//7. High Line Park//8. The Dakota//9. High Line Park//10. Central Park//11. High Line Park//12. Central Park (breakfast from Aroma Espresso Bar)//13. Central Park Lake//14. Chelsea Market//15. The New York Times (ever-so appropriate, right?)//16. Bethesda Fountain
The Ukrainian Institute//The Lincoln Center with the cutie couple Warren and Meredith!//Sarabeth's Bakery, Chelsea Market
Central Park lounging
Open to Suggestions!
As you can see, we had a mega-blast and we are thrilled to be moving to such a stellar city. Even though we are ready for what the next chapter holds for us, I am a little apprehensive, too. The real estate market alone can scare you. I invite you to journey with us as we relocate from Boston to NYC. Even though I've been to New York a lot, I'm not super familiar with the different neighborhoods. Do you have any recommendations for realtors to seek out or areas to live? Restaurants to try? We want to seize this opportunity for all that it is, so I am open to your suggestions! Thanks folks!