Growing up my mom always told me that rain is a blessing so this past week I’ve been thinking let the skies open up. As for the cold air, I haven’t heard sayings about that so I’ll be okay if the weather bumps the temperature up to a solid 70 degrees. I promise you will hear no complaints from me. Anywho, I have been away from my blog and it is not out of lack of material but time to ensure the product is better than the last. Also, I have been working on my other life goals that I have been putting off for fear of not “succeeding”, but I have decided to go for it because the worst thing I could hear from anyone is “NO.”
Hey, hey, I know I’ve been away, but I am almost back to feeling like myself. I was on a much-needed hiatus call it hibernation if you must and I am so excited to be back. Eek…this is my first post in 2016! I hope this weather has not brought you all down but pumped you up for the days in life that are unexpected. For instance, who knew that some “fall faves” could be recycled to make the perfect looks for the winter. It’s okay if you didn’t because now you know.
Before I kissed the summer sun and breeze goodbye, I went on a boat ride with some friends. Despite the wait, I had a lot of fun–okay, to be completely honest, my friends and I were there really early and there was no one at the port for our party boat ride so we ended up on a line with other passengers but for a completely different boat ride. I know, it’s funny now but when your feet hurt from standing so long you would not in the best of moods. Nonetheless, I had fun and shook my tail feather quite a bit and sat quite a bit too, take in the sights of NY.
Sometimes, when you live in a busy city, you can get caught up in the busy life that you do not take the time to just sit and enjoy the view. So, my friend and I thought that this would be a great way to see the city. After all, you really have no choice but to enjoy the view because you’ll be stuck on a boat for 3 hours.