Tonight I left work and went to a Passover Seder with the '08 girls and guys. My friends Alex and Laura hosted it and we had the full spread. It was such a special time especially in preparation for Easter on Sunday. As I left Alex's apartment, which happens to be right in the middle of Times Square, I couldn't help but think how numb I have become to the lights, billboards, etc. I tried to recall my first time seeing it and how exciting it was. Now, I try to avoid it. Funny how things change.
Speaking of change... I've started the apartment search. Yep. It's true. I will be saying gbye to my lovely Park Ave apt. I think most of all I'll miss the huge kitchen- with space for my Madeleine pan, turkey roaster, crockpot and other such non-traditional NYC kitchen space permitting items. I'll miss our long hallway and my walk in closet and our terrace. I'll miss our doormen (safety factor) and location. I won't, however, miss the rent payments. It makes financial sense to move during these times. Plus, I have my heart set on somewhere else. Park Slope! We'll see. One Park to the next!
In other news, I joined Twitter today. Not sure if it's something I'll stick with or if I'll have the time to tell the Twitter world every move I make. Although, it might be easier if I had a blackberry or iPhone. Which leads me to my next point.
My cell phone is outdated. So very outdated. I think I'm the only person left who is holding on to a phone of 3.5 years. I love it, it was my first post college phone and it has sweet pictures of the baby boys that have been my wallpaper for 3.5 years and I cannot part with it!! The battery is about to die and it is ancient. Perhaps this Summer I'll upgrade. Hmm..
Ok, time for bed. Goodnight!