Craig and I headed down to the city the never sleeps for a wild 4 day ride. It just so happened that one of our favorite bands was scheduled to play four sold out shows at Madison Square Garden on the days leading up to New Years. This being the bands 30th anniversary, we knew it was going to be special.
We ate 99 cent pizza slices while walking Times Square after midnight, Hung out with friends from all over the country (Phish brings us all to one place a few times a year), had some fine dining (and not so fine dining) experiences, checked out the ice rink and Christmas Tree at Rockefeller Center and went to the Metropolitan Museum of Art (which was a total THRILL for me!) Each night ending up at MSG dancing to some fine, fine music.
|a bit chilly after the show at MSG, especially if someone |
accidentally spills beer all over the arm of your hoodie.
|Vegan seitan yummyness. One of |
the best meals all week!
|the ice rink is A LOT smaller than what it looks like |
on TV. Grand Central Station too, for that matter.
|30 Rock looking beautiful in the winter fog|
|You literally need at LEAST 5 visits at 8 hours|
each to see all the the Met has to offer
|prettiest spoon at the Met. You know I was in love...|
|Yes, this happened|
|3...2...1...Happy New Year!|
Now as I sit here on this quiet winter eve, I finally get to reflect on months gone by. I am so very grateful for all of you that have propelled me through this whirlwind of a year. I am thankful to all of the friends and family who have supported my dream and for Craig who always dealt with my moments of stress with nothing but love, kindness and a helping hand.
I would love to know what your New Years Eve was like. Did you stay in and watch the ball drop? Party till the wee hours? Fall asleep early?
What big things are you planning in the year to come?
Here at Sunshyne Silverwear the creative juices are flowing and inspiration is seeping in from everywhere. I have lots of new ideas ready to be born, so stay tuned....
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