While I thought it'd been longer since I last posted, I guess 2.5 months is probably a bit too long of an absence from the blog. I've got a stock pile of pics to share with you and probably 5-10 book reviews to do. Oops. I have been busy adjusting to life on my new floor which I am really enjoying. Switching from a cardiology unit to a medicine/oncology unit was a great move for me. I love the variety and I am really enjoying the people I work with. It is just a better fit. And no more night shifts is really helping my mood!
Anyways, here are some things that I would like to share that have taken place this summer...
|Julia had a baby shower in May...|
Julia (8 months pregnant), Karen (4 months pregnant), Lauren (not pregnant!)
|And had a baby boy on June 18th!|
|Samuel Beto Vaca is as sweet as can be!|
|Scott took part in Boomerang Theatre Company's Much Ado About Nothing in Central Park.|
Here he is as the Sexton. He did an awesome job!!
|And worked with some funny funny people.|
(Edward Carnevale, Scott Witebsky, Colby Chambers, Severin Anne Mason)
|Mike and Natalie even came in to surprise Scott and see his show! What sweet kids (soon to be married in October!).|
|My friend Brad moved to the city and we have enjoyed many New York treats|
including Shake Shack and 16 Handles frozen yogurt. (Yummo). Here we are at the Cloisters.
More summer fun to come!
|Scott and I took a road trip to the Lake George area in the Adirondacks for a little R&R. Here I am driving with my eyes closed! (Ok, camera happened to catch me with my eyes closed, I swear I'm not this risky.)|
|Scott wastes money...I mean spends money...on a lotto ticket. We didn't win lotto.|
|One of many mini-golf places in the Lake George area that are only open one day per week. Considering we were there Sunday-Monday, this did us no good.|
|Our Bed and Breakfast- the Cornerstone Victorian! This is a lovely little gem in Warrensburg, NY. The decor was a bit too old fashioned for me but it was still a lovely place to stay, friendly hosts and amazing food!|
|This bed and breakfast was adorable!|
|I'm not especially good at taking full-room shots, but here is a beautiful Tempur-Pedic bed. If I remembered what number I used, I'd tell you.|
|Ramshackle little chapel near Lake George.|
|We had dinner at George's, a steak place that ended up being way more expensive than we wanted it to be...and had an affinity for taxidermy.|
|But a good experience none-the-less.|