And if you read that, you'll already know that the bald guy in the middle of the photo below is Stanley Tucci...I couldn't help myself, I've been accused of being paparazzi enough, I might as well be. ;)
Times Square, just days before they found the car bomb.
The streets of Manhattan are just packed with buildings, people, life...I could walk them for days and never get tired of it (well, my hips and feet and back and legs would, but not my eyes).
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir
Statue of Liberty as seen from the Staten Island Ferry (which crashed exactly a week later). What was it with us missing disasters? Thank YOU Lord for your protection.
I came back from the city that never sleeps needing a week to recover ;) My favorite part of the trip was spending Jocelyn's birthday evening (after an amazing dinner at Craft) on her rooftop patio in the West Village. We had started the "question game" at dinner and answered questions like: what's your favorite color and why? what was your best and worst birthday memory? and how have you most changed since college? We stayed up past 5 in the morning!! It was great to be with these women again, to see how far we've come since meeting each other at age 18, to know how much further we have to go and to love and support one another through it all.
It was also so very wonderful to surprise Callie in our hotel lobby with a visitor...Jane! She spent two nights with us and her positive energy is always a welcomed addition to my life.
Alisha, we missed you!
Love you all...come visit ME whenever you like.