I hope you all are having a fantastic holiday filled with loads of hugs and merriment. December always seems to be the best month to snuggle and be with the ones you love. Recently I had the awesome chance to see the Big Apple with a few amazing people. I had been to New York once before on a school trip so this time around was much more pleasant without constant supervision and a strict itinerary. Some great memories were made and I happened to have caught a few.
This is the infamous Wollman Rink in Central Park. It was neat to see so many people glide around in circles with such large buildings in the background.
I suppose this could be considered an “artsy” take on the Plaza. Unfortunately due to crowds and my height I couldn’t get a very clear image, but something about this one looks a bit edgy. Or “treeish” I suppose.
And what is a trip through Central Park without a Big Bird hug? I think he was quite pleased to see me. Or maybe he looks at everyone that way…
If you know me you know that I love Audrey Hepburn. This time I had the honor of visiting the place that made her character, Holly Golightly, so very happy.
I now know why Holly says that nothing bad could ever happen to you at Tiffany’s.
I found a lovely pearl necklace…
..and fell in love. And that’s how I got my infamous “Little Blue Box.”
We saw the Empire State Building from a distance…
..and we visited some beautiful churches like 5th Avenue Presbyterian.
This is the front of a chapel in the Presbyterian Church. The detail and colors are absolutely remarkable. Believe me when I say my camera could not do them justice.
To put it simply, our trip was phenomenal, however, I love my home the most. New York City definitely is a worthy opponent, but I don’t think I could ever give up the mountains and trees that wrap their strong, earthy arms around me every day.
I hope you all have a lovely day not just today but every single day!
Stay ever so amazing.
Loads of Love,