Some shots of Central Park the day after a big storm came through. Those days are always stunning. Most of the time it is really sunny, but freezing. The snow is actually white, though it does not stay that way for long! The world seems like it is just coming to life again on mornings like this.
I had come down with a cold as soon as I got back from my grad school audition. On this particular morning, I was bravely doing another audition, even though I had only about 50% of my voice. Looking back, not a great idea. But 'A' for effort, right? Anyhow, I got some pretty pictures...
I also really love Park Avenue.
Sometimes, when you are tired, you bring your own chair to sit on while waiting for the train. Then you take it with you and sit in it on the train. You know, just to make sure you get a seat at rush hour.
My friend Suzanne and I (my favorite Jew, you know. It's fine. I'm her favorite Mormon). In total defiance of the freezing day that it was outside, we met for frozen yogurt to celebrate her one-woman show, and my grand accomplishment of auditioning for grad school. Really, it was just our version of needing to treat ourselves, since I'm not going to get drunk with her. :-) She probably took care of that just fine with others....
I was still sick this day. Looking back, I was sicker than I gave myself credit for. I probably should not have been out of the house. Dumb cold. So sneaky.
Finally gave myself a sick day, but wanted to follow through on my commitment to feed the missionaries with my friend Dave that evening. I was rewarded by getting to witness this arm wrestling match over the last cookie. Elder Holtum won.
Feeling much better, and good enough to document my commuter chic. What else is a girl supposed to do when her pants are hemmed for heels? You're welcome.
Just a little peek at Eva after she discovered her true artistic self. And the markers. Thanks for the updates, Sarah!
Can we be done with winter yet? And PS, being sick is for the birds.