NYC via IG
How the devil are you? Did you have a good holiday weekend?
I was back in NYC and had a much more enjoyable time now that the temperatures are in the 70s instead of the 90s. I was still a hot mess and my feet are still swollen, but good times were had.
For posterity (since that’s what blogging is all about, right?)…
Obligatory tunnel photo upon arrival. I’m 90% sure I’ve taken this exact same photo on every ride into NYC since 2007.
My buddy, Huey. As long as I’ve got food and/or his favorite stuffed chicken.
Sunday we watched Andy Roddick play at the US Open, and while I was originally rooting against him just so I could say I watched his last professional match (how’s that for sportsmanship?), he won me over and I was cheering for him by the end.
I enjoyed the day so much I signed up for tennis lessons. Watch for me on the pro circuit soon (or never).
The B-list celebrity sitings were pretty incredible, too. John Legend, Tony Danza, John McEnroe, the guy with the fro from LMFAO, Brooklyn Decker, Kevin Spacey, Barry Gordy, Rosie O’Donnell, Josh Groban.
We had the happiest little dinner at Momofuku noodle bar.
It was seriously amaze-balls. Slushies, pork buns, mushrooms, grilled corn, ramen with slutty eggs and pork belly. Highly recommended. I want to marry whoever was poaching those eggs in the kitchen.
Alec Baldwin lives here. I didn’t see him, but he’s in there.
And yes, the unicorn is wearing a necklace with a portrait of Bea Arthur.
Art around the city. Does anyone know the story behind the waving statue on the top of the random building?
While at the MOMA, my sister and I decided that we’re not smart enough to understand modern art, so we headed to the gift shop.