Weekend at NYC - Part 2

Hattori Hanzō and Knits drove down from Boston. (No sword making or knitting for them this weekend!) They drove for two long hours picked us up and we were on the road again. This time to good old NYC. We crashed at Mr. Potter's cupboard under the stairs. Played The Uncharted, Gods of War etcetera etcetera. Spent the whole of Saturday walking our body fat off (for more details please read previous post). Came back to the cupboard. Played. Slept. Watched Matrix reloaded. Played. Ate. Played. And set out again. What a brilliant day Sunday was. The birds were singing. The grass actually looked green. People were jogging. Dogs were pooping. A perfect day to wear what I wore.


{Dress~Old Navy/Sneakers~Adidas/Singlet-Weekenders/Cuff~F21}

We met up with Tami at noon for a Malaysian lunch at Satay (amazing food, location at Hoboken). Walked around the Pier A Park and then we saw it. It was beautiful. The perfect end to an amazing lunch. Dessert Fondue at the Melting Pot.


We dipped and we dipped and we acted like hooligans pushing each others hands out of the way to get to the chocolate. The boys got to the brownies before we could. Greedies. My personal favorite ~ cheesecake in dark chocolate. All the walking the day before is now royally flushed down the potty. While we were eating/fighting/probing each other with forks, we noticed a pretty thin tall girl getting photographed by two guys with huge professional looking cameras at the park. The photographers were contorting themselves in odd angles to get the perfect shot. They were lying on the concrete to get a click. Lucky pretty thin tall girl. Hattori Hanzō proposed that I should get my photo-shoots done that way for my blog, but I was pretty sure that after all this eating it would be difficult for Kamikazi to contort in any angle let alone lie on the floor. He would just fall asleep.

We drove back the same night. We laughed like crazy. Sang old Bollywood songs and in between Knits would go 'Thank you, Thank you, You're far too kind' Jay-Z style. We spoke about love stories, sad sappy jokes, favorite sitcoms and songs, food, work, games, GILT and living in America. The two hour drive flew by like a X-43. And so Hattori Hanzō, Knits, Kamikazi and I lived happily ever after.

11 comments:

  1. Aw, looks like a great time! That fondue looks so yummy. I've never been to a fondue place!

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  2. @ Tieka ~ You haven't? Oh, you should! Its amazing! :)

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  3. i love what you are wearing !!! bherry bherry cute !!!

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  4. LOVE the Melting pot! Now I totally want to go...

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  5. Gosh, you look AMAZING. & I'm completely envious of your trip to NYC. I live here in L.A. & it's definitely on my wishlist. :( Nonetheless, cute blog!


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  7. You are such a cutie! Great outfit.

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  8. Oh my gosh that fondue looks illegal!

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  9. Yummy food and pretty outfit !

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  10. what a great dress that and it looks really good on you.
    I just discovered your blog and I gotta say I love the subtitle. Really cool.

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