I am thankful for Thanksgiving, this one in particular. We got to visit Jeff and Celia in their city—New York City! Here are a few of the things we saw and did, not necessarily in chronological order…
Steve held my tea as I took photos pretty often. He is such a good traveling companion :-).
We went to see the balloons tied down the night before the Macy’s Parade. The weather was crisp, but nice and my oh my did the people come out for this event. Celia said it was the most crowded they had ever seen. It was really packed but there you go. It was a fun experience!
The balloons look a lot bigger up in the air.
We went to both the MOMA and to the Whitney museums. I enjoy the art. I enjoy watching people look at the art. I might actually like the people watching more than the art watching.
I also enjoy the people who guard the art. They watch people looking at art all day long.
There are great outside spaces at the Whitney where you can look out at the city…
We walked the High Line where there were still a few flowers blooming. I thought that was amazing for this time of year.
Jeff cooked a delicious Thanksgiving dinner. Celia took me to see the Rockettes! Steve and Jeff went to the northern end of Manhattan to see ‘nature’. We shopped and walked and visited Central Park. This is me, taking pictures of the leaves falling that didn’t turn out.
Here we all are, in a picture Celia took using her tripod and self-timer…
I hope each and every one of you had as nice a holiday was we did. Right now we are in the airport, waiting to fly home. While we are sad to leave the kids, we are still smiling from the time spent with them.