The rest of our trip!
My seester and I in Times Square
Our first subway ride of the trip.
My hubby being silly again
and again! At least bubba and Iv look cute!
On the bus tour.
I loved this photo of the city.
A fence that has tiles painted by elementary students, honoring 911
In line to see Book of Mormon.
This show was all it was hyped up to be! It is a little offensive in some parts, but it is by the writers of South Park, so we expected it going in. The songs were so catchy, we were singing them the rest of the trip. It is coming to LA this summer, so LA peeps, buy your tickets!!
The set was really pretty.
On the Highline, one of my favorite parts of the trip.
The 911 memorial. This was a long wall of images.
It was very moving.
I didn't expect the fountains to be as big as they were. They are HUGE! It is a beautiful memorial, I can see why family of the victims were happy with it. It was almost eery being there, imagining that that was the spot it all happened. Jeffrey became a little obsessed with watching news articles and looking up information on 911 after we came home. I think being there made it more real for him.
Our boat tour took us right up to the Statue of Liberty. No lines to wait in and a great view of her!
J fell in love with the theater while we were there. He said if we lived there he would be at a show every month. I love that m husband is so cultural.
I didn't get to spend enough time in Central Park, because we (the girls) took a detour to Zara where we waited in a dressing room line for 45 mins! We walked through quickly on our way home and I imagined myself laying out reading a book on one of the lawns for a whole day. I really wish we had a fun park nearby, this place is magical!
One of my favs with my seester! She is sooo beautiful.
With our momma! Love you!
My sweetheart and I in Central Park
Bubba and Andy, besties!
Here is an easy recipe for you. A yummy and healthy snack! J loves to snack so I am always looking for new ideas to keep him full.
Crunchy Roasted Chickpeas
2 cans garbanzo beans
3 Tbsp olive oil
1/2 tsp of each: coriander, cumin, paprika, cinnamon
Preheat oven to 400.
Drain and rinse beans.
Place beans on a paper towel lined baking sheet. Allow them to dry for 15 minutes.
Remove paper towels from baking sheet. Drizzle beans with olive oil. Bake for 45 minutes.
Remove from oven and toss with seasonings and salt and pepper.
Allow to cool before storing in an airtight container.