Sunday, October 2, 2011

A New York Minute, More Like A Second

Well well, this weekend I went to New York for a little bit of business, a little bit of pleasure and it was quite a success!
Listen to this song as you read, it's called To Build a Home by Cinematic Orchestra

I stayed with one of my best friends Dan and arrived Thursday night to a chilled 6 pack of pumpkin beer that Dan and I shared as we caught up.

Friday I had an interview at the offices of Club Monaco, a clothing company. A close friend from Berklee works there now in the PR department and convinced me to send them my resume. Though it’s not music, it happens to be another hobby I am passionate about, fashion. Realistically I don’t see myself living in New York and I don’t see myself working in the fashion industry in the long-run, but it was a good experience to get out there and practice my interview skills. I wouldn’t mind starting out in the fashion world for a year or so before going back to music, fashion and music do kind of go hand in hand anyway.

After my interview I walked walked and walked some more in New York. The weather was so B-E-A-U-TIFUL that I forgot it was almost October. I walked to Bryant Park and had lunch outside at one of their many outside tables, then laid in the grass for a while to soak up some sun.

After a nice rest I walked over to the Empire State building to go up and see New York from a different perspective. I’ve never seen New York from that high up, I’ve seen Chicago so I was familiar with the whole Skydeck Protocol. Dan wasn’t with me so I took a picture with one of the employees! Why not?

Can you see Central Park?

Later on Dan and I biked to this nice bar/restaurant place for dinner, then it poured on us while riding back to his apartment but it was all in good fun. After drying off and relaxing for a bit we went to one of Dan’s friends apartments for a party. That basically concluded our night. Saturday we slept in then sat on the couch for the rest of the afternoon eating pizza and watching Law and Order until I had to leave for my bus back to Boston.

So I’m back, doing laundry, homework and all that good stuff. It was nice to get away for a couple days though.

Oh, I almost forgot, this past week Laura and I went out for ice cream and decided it was time to take a run through the fountain located at the Christian Science Center!

It was on my Boston Bucket list, so hopefully you’ll get to see me do the other things on the bucket list before I leave in December.

Hope everyone’s enjoying the fall weather!

<3 Caity

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