So we’ve pretty much dug ourselves out of snowstorm Nemo 2013 around here. Yesterday morning Chris and I took a snowy stroll to Central Park, and you know I couldn’t help but snap some photos along the way …
The other day my friend Carla (of guest blogging fame) and I decided to do something I haven’t done in a long time—walk the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir at dusk. For the fun of it. I’ve certainly been running the Reservoir to help train for the upcoming Philly 1/2 Marathon, but to walk it at dusk—well that’s a horse of a different color.
Check it out for yourself:
So if you happen to be in the NYC area any time soon, I’d definitely recommend hitting up the Reservoir. It’s a city fave.
Bis bald, friends! Chris’s mom has sent us her update text and she’s on the plane! Should be an awesome two weeks with her.
In case you’ve missed it, New York City was in the midst of storm over the past day and 1/2 which dumped something like 21 inches of snow. Only in a city like New York can business go on pretty much as usual with all that white stuff, though. Sure, schools were closed, but with the subways pretty much running on schedule (at least the local ones within Manhattan), it was all I could do to make it to work even a little bit late.
After the craziness died down, a friend of mine suggested we take a traipse through Central Park. So we did, and here’s what we found: