Thursday, July 28, 2005

Singing in the rain etc.

Greetings! I've got stories to regale you with so sit down and get comfy!
It seems like so much has happened because we've done quite a lot in New York City but I'll try to remember as much as I can.
Yesterday we took a walk in central park, which is really big by the way. And full of all different sorts of people.
Tim tried deciphering the map to the trails and we went in circles for a while before making it to strawberry fields where the Lennon tribute thing is, along with quite a few hippys and some impressive body odor.
Along the way we had fun being snuggly and holding hands, and pointing neat things out to one another. We saw a lake pond thing that had the neatest grime on the surface. It was this plant of some sort that looked like a sheet of green junk on the top of the water.
Thats me being impressed by the green slime.
We began hearing thunder and seeing lighting bolts lighting up corners of new york. There was talk of a thunder and rain storm. You might think that would be discouraging, but it wasnt. We were pretty amused with being doused heavily with rain in central park. Hey, it was hot out and the water felt good! Besides, its was pretty romantic standing in the rain together in a legendary park on your honeymoon dontcha think?
The rain bounced mud up onto our feet and legs, further grunging us up more than we were to begin with. We've been pretty grody on this leg of the honeymoon, with all the hot weather, no laundry washed, and more relaxing in the room than actual grooming.
We tried finding a horse and buggy to ride around the park but to no avail. All there was were these people on bikes with seats attached to the back. Yes. how romantic.
Can you peddle any faster?
Fast forward to today, and we slept in after a late night at the movies. By 11 we finally dragged our carcasses out of the hotel, put the privacy note on the door so we could bring some breakfast back, and walked down the street.
We came back with our loot and found a "maid inside" thing on the door.
What the heck?
We rang our doorbell and stepped inside to find a somewhat flustered maid trying to put the bed together and get out.
Tim and I waited in the bathroom while she finished.
We jumped on the subway with our starbucks coffee in tow to ride to Yankee stadium for the game. I had an unfortunate little incident regarding my drink on the way there. I think Tim wanted to explain that one as payback for the story I told about him and the womans shorts though.
We got to the game a little late and entered the legendary building. I got groped by a female ticket collector at the door as I went in after Tim.
She just reached right out there and grabbed me! How rude!
It took a few moments for it to register that I had just gotten my chest grabbed by a strange lady and then I got all offended. I told Tim. he didnt seem too phased. Apparently me being molested by a woman isnt as bad as if it had been man. haha
We had fun watching the game. Tim kept score on the score card, and I guzzled water. The lady next to us accidentally dropped part of her frozen yogurt with sprinkles on the guy in front of her. He didnt notice. I didnt say anything. New Yorkers are unpredictable!




We decided to hop on the subway and go somewhere else in the city so we went near times square to Rockefeller center and saw the big huge macys that boggles the mind and makes your head spin. We went through the home section and dreamed up stuff to do in our home.
We found one of those leg lamps like in a Christmas Story that I thought was pretty neat, at a tourist shop. Too bad it wont work as carry on
We toyed with going up the empire state building but the wait was too long so we just looked for a bathroom to use there and couldnt find anything.
We saw more of Central Park today. The water reservoir. Theres a guy they dubbed the mayor of central park. His picture was displayed on the wall of a building. Then we turned around and Tim noticed that he was sitting on bench behind us. Weird.
The Empire State building
The reservoir
Me in front of the business directory of the empire state building. Still looking for that bathroom...
So here we are. Sitting around in our hotel room. Tim wants to go see the starlight roof in the hotel tonight, and we still have to pack our stuff up for the trip back home tomorrow.
Its strange to think that the honeymoon is over! back to real life.
Thankfully the honeymoon trip ends now, but the honeymoon doesnt have to end with it.
I'm going to go see if Tim wants to see the starlight thing now.
See some of you soon!

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