11.08.2013

I'm off to...


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Yep, you read that correctly! In exactly two weeks, Dai and I will be boarding a plane to New York City! Some of you may already know this if you follow me on Twitter, but I am unbelievably excited and am still in awe that we are actually doing this. I have never been to the East Coast, and somewhere along the way, this idea of visiting (especially at this time of year) is irresistible to me. I have been just waiting and waiting and waiting to finally tell you all this, but wanted to find the right time to do so! When we booked the tickets back in early October, after going back and forth about the matter for a couple months, it seemed like such a long ways off. But here we are, only two weeks away from the big day! I honestly have never been so excited for an adventure before in my life. These are the experiences that I think make the best memories in life. These are the things we are supposed to do as humans, see this huge world.

Before I leave, I will be sharing with you all some of the things that are on our list for this trip, and maybe even some fashion inspiration. I mean, I am just craving that East Coast fallish/winterish weather and all the cute clothes that come with it! Most of all, I am so excited about the photos I will be taking. Do I take digital or film? I don't know! This seems to be the biggest decision, as of course, I want BOTH because I would be crazy not to. But realistically, can I really lug both cameras around the city? I am not sure. The sacrifices we photo-obsessed people make...

Any suggestions for things we must do or see? Come on people, help a girl out!





5 comments:

Ashley Leona Webb said...

I would love to visit NYC some day. I don't blame you for being uber excited, I would be too! Have fun!!

Jess Boyd said...

AHH! So excited! You MUST eat at LT Burger in Bryant Park. Order the smoked gouda cheese fries...they will change your life. Also, if you find yourself in the West Village around brunchtime eat at Tartine. Their french toast and croque madame rival the dishes I had in Paris. If you are there around dinner they have a BYOB policy on wine. Makes the waiting time go by much faster ;)

Jess // Foreign Room said...

I will definitely write those down! Your plans sound so dreamy that I just might have to make a day of it! BYOB for wine? I'M. IN. Thanks, girl!

Jess // Foreign Room said...

Thanks so much, Ashley! Still nailing down our plans, and today was the first snow of the season there, so things should be pretty magical!

Jess // Foreign Room said...

Thanks Katie!! I really don't know much about NYC, but I've been doing a lot of research so that's good. I just can't wait to explore!

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