We’re moving (soon!) We visited San Francisco on our first vacation together 4 years ago, and our hearts never left. Incredibly bittersweet to leave family and friends in NYC, but excited to start a new chapter out west! #fbf#westcoastbestcoast#byeNYC#wakeupsanfrancisco
City of dreams, until next time one week living out of backpacks down, five more to go. This doesn’t seem nearly as impossible as I thought. Packing for all kinds of weather and activities (rainy NYC, spring in Southern Europe, an organic farming experience and Miami beaches) wasn’t easy but excited to see how I hold up. #byenyc now on to #barcelona#paris#italy#miami
May these glorious as fuckkkkk selfies from my goofy ass goodbye/graduation-from-NYC-living party bring you the utmost joy.
Know that you deserve to be celebrated. And that it can be as beautiful as this, where just on the strength of your love, people love you right back.
Build chosen family w all the love you got. Cuz that love will wash all over and around you in abundance.
And these are just the selfies from my phone!
To all my friends & bio fam that showed up not just Saturday night but in every moment when I wasn’t sure if I was worthy of love and life thank you. Thank you for being present in my survival and making sure that I not only live but that I live good.
Riding the subway in NYC and other shenanigans..... So we've always heard people in New York are rude and everyone's always in a hurry. We were pleasantly surprised that people were not as rude as we expected. However, this morning they switched one of the trains and no one realized it. The lady next to me who I think was a native New Yorker was in my face screaming about the subway and cussing. I was trying to nicely agree with her in a very passive aggressive Southern kind of way. It was a pretty chaotic experience with about 200 people lost and trying to figure out where they were going and why they switched the trains. But all ended well.
We also thought it was funny because people kept asking Chris and even me how to get around on the subway trains. And I don't think we look like locals at all! LOL Maybe they thought we looked like locals because we figured out if you look mad and walk fast nobody messes with you. I will say Chris did lots of homework before hand and got us around town like a pro.
Other random things we learned...no one obeys the traffic signals, honking is a way of communicating here, you may have to fight over a table in a restaraunt, and each part of the city is like a whole other city. #byenyc#itsbeenreal#whatacity