City Living

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

In 48 hours I flew to New York and back, got yelled at by security.. (supposedly it's wrong to try on a sweater over my shirt), tried my first canoli that was said to be the best in New York, had my heart crushed when I was told I didn't look like a New Yorker, and yet by the end of it, my dream to live in New York was reaffirmed. 
At one point in each and every one of our lives, we have a feeling to do something different than what we're currently doing. I want to do something beyond anything I know. Big achievements means big dreams, no great achievers have ever thought small. 
One day I hope to tell a tourist where the best ice-cream is, tell a customer in my boutique that it's okay to try on a sweater over their tee, and then maybe one day I'll get asked if I'm a New Yorker. 
Have a wonderful Wednesday guys! 

"Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us, to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, for ever and ever!" ~Ephesians 3:20-21

Bigando Girls Take New York

Saturday, January 12, 2013

Yesterday I couldn’t stop smiling. You wanna know why?... I know you do. 
Thursday night my sister and I planned an abrupt trip to one of the most vibrant, chaotic, and energy-filled cities. NEW YORK! I have only been to this elaborate city once before, and that was when I fell in love with the Big Apple. A friend lent me a book called The Stylist’s Guide to NYC, page after page I found myself gleaming with excitement over the pictures of the hidden treasures of the city. Essentially the book is filled with ‘loops of interests’ from start to finish throughout the city, I wouldn’t call it your traditional guide to New York, but after finishing the book I felt like a little kid in a candy shop. And if you could see all the wrappers I stuffed in my purse on the plane, you'd know I love candy.  I’ll be sure to post more about today's adventures in the city next week! 

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