I had the day off last Monday so Bonnie and I decided to spend it walking through Central Park. After getting to the east side we wandered south to Laduree to pick up a lil treat. I bought my mom a gift box of tasty macarons and got one chocolate to enjoy on the way back. We walked from W106th street all the way through the park - south to E71st street and then back. It was about 4 miles of walking and poor Bonnie was sooo tired when we got home she didn’t move for the rest of the night.
It was an absolutely stunning day. The sky was crisp (I swear it is a different color of blue in the fall) and the trees had just started to change. Here are some pictures from our adventure. P.S. We were listening to some buskers by a fountain in the park and a photographer came over and started taking pics of Bonnie. She said it might be in Italian Elle this January. My lil pup is the cutest! (There was another photographer taking maternity pics of a couple and she had her shirt raised up and there were soooo many people around staring. I swear it will be in awkward family photo book soon)
Do I really live in one of the biggest cities in the world? Look at this pic I took. On one side are huge residential high rises (central park west) and the other is the most serene park.
Well well well - isn’t this tree trying to show off its curves and color!
Jackie O Reservoir - absolutely gorg but we got yelled at by some old man who probably works on Wall Street that dogs weren’t allowed to be on the path. I must confess I had a lot of bad thoughts in my head but played it very cool.
Fred Lebow - the founder of the NYC Marathon (a fitting picture since the runners finished just the day before) - Although I took it simply because I love the color combination of the dying flowers.
Ironically, at this moment Brad was in this building, The El Dorado, moving art work for U2 bass guitar player, Adam Clayton.
we walked until the moon came out…
Imagine - right by Strawberry Fields at The Dakota
walking out of the park at Central Park West and 72nd street. It was a good day.