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new york city, pt. 2

Saturday, 6 December 2014

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new york city, pt. 2

9-11 memorial

Saturday, 6 December 2014

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travel: new york city

Friday, 5 December 2014

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travel: new york city

coming home

Sunday, 8 December 2013

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coming home

anniversary

Saturday, 7 December 2013

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we’re actually in new york city to celebrate our fifth wedding anniversary, which we should have done last year, but we sort of forgot.

for those of us who know us best, forgetting our anniversary is something we do very very well — and has resulted in us celebrating our October wedding each year in December.

this year we celebrated at Les Halles (for the second time in three years) and Bemelmans Bar, which was named in honor of Ludwig Bemelmans the creator of the classic Madeline children’s books who hand painted the scenes that cover the whole interior.

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married for:

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shopping in new york

Saturday, 7 December 2013

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shopping in new york

central park

Saturday, 7 December 2013

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we walked around for about 45 minutes in the section of central park call “the rambles.” besides being a hot-bed of GLBT free love in the 70’s, it’s also where the lady sparkler and I got engaged.

unfortunately, that was in the days before foursquare, so we have no earthly idea where i actually proposed. it was on one of the trails, at the top of a small hill, with a tree that was growing horizontal from the elements. but turns out there are a lot of trees in central park (who knew?!?) and some of them are even growing horizontally on the top of hills.

oh, well. figuring out where it happened gives us a reason to keep coming back.

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central park

married for:

6y, 2m, 3d

travel: new york city

Friday, 6 December 2013

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new york. and, lady sparkler’s and my first overnight trip without the kids, well, ever. we miss them terribly but, at the same time, they’re in good hands (thanks gram and gpa!) and it’s nice remembering what it’s like walking around a city without being hunched over, arguing that you have to hold hands when you cross the street.
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travel: new york city