New York City in the morning is beautiful. Unfortunately as the day wears on it loses its charm. In the morning the light glints and glimmers off every brightly polished window. The masses of people move directly and deliberately with a purpose and a destination. All the morning shows are crowded by smiling, excited fans and the benches in central park stand empty and groggy. But by the afternoon the light gets ugly and when night falls apparently I’m just over the whole scene.
My very best friend told me that “living in New York takes years off your life,” and I’d expect him to know! He’s lived everywhere at least once. So I suppose its not surprising that my one day in the big Apple felt like a week long event!
My first glimpse of the city
Morning from my window
Out and about
Times Square McDonalds
The NBC store
One of my touristy pictures of Rockefeller Center
My comfortable shoes
There was a rope outside the window…I don’t know why.
I made this ankle bracelet before coming to New York, each bead represents a quality I wanted to possess, such as confidence or positive thinking. I did in fact wear it to the premiere and I’m sure it looked really odd.
I took this on the walk to Alice Tully Hall (the first time)
The red carpet set up
Georgina Chapman’s movie poster
Me and my photo
The red carpet outside. I did not realize the press people were standing on metal risers…so I thought the celebrities were just exceptionally short.
Little old me
The tv screens with movie clips
Leaving New York City
Virginia welcomes you…with smooth roads and beautiful rest stops!