I have been forcing these words out of my brain every time they creep in. "I can't wait to go home" When Ryan was chosen to come to work here in NYC we were both ecstatic. My mind was racing of all the things we could see and do. After being here I have realized I could live here for a long time & still not "do" it all. I also know that I could live here if I had to but it is a real lifestyle change when a kid is involved. I have loved it all here. There is so much in this city which makes it easy find many things to love and miss about this city. I LOVE NEW YORK. I hope I go back to visit again.
9 museums I went to
2 number of times in a taxi
miles walked... unknown
days spent in Central Park unknown
- good friends & family to hang out with.
- loved just walking down the neighborhood streets and seeing all the interesting people.
-Ryan's 10 minute commute. ummm awesome. we will both miss this.
-Neither pedestrains or taxis follow traffic signs & rules, myself included.
-Ryan is quite possibly the best stroller navigator in all of New York.
-Ryan is one of the fastest sidewalk walkers. EVER.
-There is such a thing is as sidewalk rage.
- if you live there long enough you will get annoyed with tourists, but you will also be happy to tell them which way to Times Square or snap a picture for them.
-tourists are easy to spot.- you forgot what wide open space look like.
-you could eat out at new restaurants forever and not even leave your neighborhood.
-there is always a parade or protest on the weekend
- if she is in Time Square she WILL spot the Toys R Us amongst the crowds and crowds of people.
I LOVE NEW YORK. I LOVE NEW YORK. I LOVE NEW YORK. I LOVE NEW YORK. I LOVE NEW YORK. I LOVE NEW YORK. I LOVE NEW YORK.