I think this may be my lightest week of posting… ever. I apologize for dropping the ball (please feel free to assure me that you’ve all been devastated) but I have some pretty good excuses. Since returning to New York my life has been a non-stop whirlwind of jetlag, reverse culture shock (I take back everything I said about it not existing), attending the New York Times Travel Show, running errands, and a revolving door of appointments meeting up with friends and friends. It’s been amazing.
One thing I made time to do was visit the 911 Memorial. As long-term readers may remember I struggled this year with being away from New York on the 10 year anniversary of that infamous day. I felt like I finally set things right with myself by visiting.
The day was overcast and grey, which wasn’t the best for photos. But these pictures mean so much to me I couldn’t not make one of them Photo of the Week. For those that want to visit the memorial themselves, I highly recommend Leslie from Downtown Traveler’s post about the memorial.
I’m heading upstate to my hometown of Albany this week where I plan to get back into my regular blogging routine. Expect a deluge of posts about my family’s Thailand trip recaps as well as readjusting to life in New York!