New York is a thriving, exciting city. Everywhere you go, there is someone with a camera (or GoPro, or any sort of photo-taking device) and a guidebook in hand. Now, New York for New Year’s is simply the worst. Hordes of tourists emerge from places you did not know were there. You cannot even think of going for lunch at a decent hour because lines will queue in every diner and food cart. Let alone visiting any museum. How did I survive this holiday, then? Continue reading “NYC in NYE”
My birthday, of course.
I have a colleague who likes to gather for celebrating her birthday, and she only asks we be there. Yesterday, a friend prepared a cake for her and we got her some presents. She was genuinely happy. Although she wants to play badass and pretend she does not care if people come or not, she does.