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nyc: (day 4)

4 Jun 2014 NYC, travel + wander

“as my writing ambitions grew so did my fantasies of living in the city, in a lovely apartment with brick walls, lined with books. i’d spend my days in cafes and coffee shops, with a well-worn notebook and my laptop and the lates important book. i would attend readings and rub elbows with the writers i admired most. i’d have cocktails with the editor of the new yorker, and he would be so besotted, he’d ask to see some ofRead More

nyc: walk-eat-drink-repeat. and a broadway musical. (day 2.2)

2 Jun 2014 NYC, travel + wander, usa

“new york city is filled with random, quirky moments like this, chance collisions that just might change your life.” – hope edelman in goodbye to all that: writers on loving and leaving new york tummies full from chocolate croissants and coffee, we hit the streets again. it was still early in the day – mid-morning, perhaps – and we still had no plans. we were just going with the flow, deciding from block to block whether to continue straight aheadRead More

# 5. new york city!

23 Jul 2011 NYC

what i can say about this crazy city that’s known as the crossroads of the world? it’s fantastic & amazing!! i’ve been there several times, but i’ve probably only spent a total of 3 days there. and every time i was there, it was for some other reason… an interview, leading a youth mission trip. so, this was the first time i was there with no responsibilities except to ensure that my love and i enjoyed every minute. and thatRead More

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