Somehow time has started to move at a much faster pace — and I don’t think its going to slow down anytime soon. I started this week in Albany, headed south to New York City, and tomorrow I leave for Florida.
With my big trip fast approaching, I’m busy doing all that annoying-but-necessary pre-travel business — doctor’s appointments, gear replacement and repair, visa applications, etc. Also, I’ve been blessed this month with tons of freelance work, which is helping my budget but also keeping me working overtime. And of course, I’m trying to squeeze in holiday fun and time with friends and family, who I’ll soon be saying goodbye to for five long months.
Back in Albany, my mom and I brought Tucker to buy a Christmas tree. As you can tell, he took the mission very seriously.
I love New York City during the holidays. The lights, the festive atmosphere — it just feels like Christmas.
Another favorite New York City December sighting — trees being sold on the sides of the busy streets.
Saturday — shopping at the Brooklyn Flea holiday market. Saturday night — raging at a dance party at an abandoned church in Bushwick. I have to say it one more time — I love New York!
Which photo is your favorite?
PS: This week I’m blabbing about how to survive the holiday travel season over at Eagle Creek. Check it out!