Visit NYC anytime

‘Tis the season to visit NYC

(as you may realize towards the end of my slideshow)

It took me too long to compile this, so I am only linking up with Hilary and Adrienne today .

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  1. Sometimes I think I will never find a place to settle down for good.
  2. Do you love art as much as I do?
  3. Black Friday is way to commercial for me.
  4. Lots of quiet time, no rush, no stress – is my favorite thing about long holiday weekends

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14 thoughts on “Visit NYC anytime”

  1. I used to think I’d never settle down either – ha! Now look at me. But… I can still feel that wanderlust inside. sometimes it’s pretty quiet and is happy with memories of yesteryear: sometimes it’s really loud and demanding to be exercised again. that’s usually also the times when the kids are loud and demanding. LOL
    All of it is gorgeous – I so want to come to NYC again!!! I can’t even pic a favourite — they’re all so amazing. so many great views. really cool perspectives of the city. just awesome. I know you said it took a long time… but you should do more of these! ha

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    • Once that travel bug bit you, you have it for life. Like you say, sometimes tucked away, and then coming back at you with a vengeance. I definitely do not do enough traveling these days. I know, I know, it may be a lot more than you do right now, but it is all a matter of perspective and circumstances. I do not have kids who need me to be home for them until they are old enough, so why am I not traveling more?
      Sigh – I am in a fairly foul and melancholic mood tonight and should not be blogging.

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  2. I can understand the feeling in #1. I’ve lived in 4 different cities and 9 different homes in the last 15 years. Hoping LA is the “forever city” since I love it here so much. 🙂 Very much agree with your #4! Kind of wish all weekends were long weekends.

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    • I like the sound of ‘forever city’ – I hope your wish comes true for you, Jennifer. I really don’t think that where I am right now is where I want to grow old. It is o.k. – but not a dream. I so cannot wait for the next long weekend – I really need to take some more time to dream…

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  3. I’m totally looking forward to some relaxing quiet time over the holidays and family movie time… Great slide show. Makes me want to go see the city. It’s been too long…

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    • Your up late(ish), too, Susi 🙂 Thanks, it just took too long to make that slideshow. I will have to try again and be a bit more organized about it, not trying to cramp in everything. Well, I’ll be back in the city this week – niece is visiting from Germany – yay!

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