Dec

20

Christmas Time(lapse) in the City

Christmas may be celebrated all over the world, but there’s no comparison to how New York City does it. Unofficially, it starts with the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and ends with New Year’s Eve in Times Square, meanwhile providing locals and tourists with endless amounts of shopping, decorations, and things to do. There’s ice skating […]

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Dec
27

WINTER DAYS.

Lazy days with homemade squash soup, the animals, liz, the animals and liz chillin’,  blankets and the leftover smells of Christmas.  Wrapping paper, cookies, trees, peppermint.

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Dec
23

Almost out of time!

We decided real quick to run out tonight and buy loads of Brooklyn products to send to out of state relatives.  Talk about last minute! We orig were going to just throw our hands up because we’ve been so busy, but then- we realized, we couldn’t.  They got pickles, coffee, chocolates, brownies, mugs, beer, and […]

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Dec
22

Christmas Wrapping

So, get this.  Right after Thanksgiving I was all like “Yeah man, I’m going to get all my shopping done with, I’m going to wrap everything ahead of time so I can actually enjoy the way it looks under the tree, I’m going to be on the ball! look at me go!!” WELL – I […]

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Dec
21

FB ritual, Christmas.

Today I change my profile picture to this one, for the season.

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Dec
04

The NBA lockout.

  (Picture by Ashley, Jan 2010) The NBA lockout has finally ended, and to top it off, they’re going to start the season on Christmas Day, with the Bulls being one of the games.  I love Christmas, but I haven’t been this excited for December 25th since I was 13 years old. Most people don’t […]

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