Sunday, June 24: Pride in NYC & Carnegie Hall

My eyes are tired, my feet are sore, my heart is full. I’m looking over at my mess of a suitcase, with a T-shirt strewn across the top displaying a unicorn shitting out a rainbow, and I’m wondering how my trip here is already coming to a close. The past few months have felt non-stop,…

Saturday, June 23: The Cloisters

On Saturday we met up with one of my brother’s friends and hopped on the train to the very upper area of Manhattan. The Cloisters, a medieval museum, is up there and they have an exhibit that was at the Met, called Heavenly Bodies that we were going to see. Fun fact: some of Harry…

Friday, June 22: A Day In Brooklyn

On Friday we had a relaxed morning at my brother’s apartment, and then headed out on a walk towards Prospect Park and the Brooklyn Botanical gardens. One of the residents I work with lived on the edge of Prospect Park for years, and was excited to hear I’d be visiting the area. She talked up…

Thursday, June 21: New York, New York!

Happy, happy summer! I spent the solstice flying into New York City for my first visit to the city. I flew into La Guardia, which is really just the Akron/Canton airport with the addition of soldiers holding AK47s in the pick up and drop off zones. New York apparently doesn’t know how convenient it is…

Friday, May 11- Monday, May 14: Chicago

Hold on to your pants folks, this is going to be a long one. One of my long time friends invited me to visit her for a quick weekend in Chicago, and we finally made it happen! I love Chicago. I have so many fond memories of time spent with family and friends there, from…

January 20-22: Seattle, Washington

Okay, this trip never involved me getting out my actual hiking boots and lacing them up, but I did wear some boots, and there were some serious miles covered while on this trip! For real, Seattle is much hillier than I was expecting. In the end, there were a little over 22 miles walked, and…