Hi y’all–it’s been a lo-o-o-o-ong time since I lasted posted in my blog. You know, the difficult thing about maintaining a blog is wanting to always say so much. If enough time passes, then you have more and more you want to talk about–and at that point, it’s like having to respond to a friend’s really long email. Much has happened in this past month for me–traveling to 3 big cities and my first month at Microsoft. I’ll do what I can in summarizing everything without making this entry too long.
New York City
My primary purpose in going to NYC was to be a bridesmaid in my good friend and college roommate’s wedding–Anna–to a Mr. Frank Colletti. The whole weekend, to sum it up, was just awesome and memorable. Matt traveled with me (a big relationship milestone–that is, traveling to attend a wedding) and we arrived just in time to catch Christine out of the shower after the girl’s bachelorette slumber party at the Waldorf-Astoria (how nice to finally see the hotel). Everyone eventually met up, taking the LIRR over to Rockville Center to check into our hotels and prep for the rehearsal dinner.
Matt and I spent the rest of the time in NYC, seeing lots of old friends—Teresa, Eugene, Aaron, Katie, Debbie, Saevar, Alice—and just soaking in the offerings of the big city. We got a chance to see the
Headed to Boston a week and a half later to attend my brother’s graduation from the Harvard Graduate School of Design. We got great weather, ate yummy seafood (
I went straight to San Francisco from Boston to meet up with Matt to attend the SF Symphony