Thursday, June 30, 2011

Another Day in NYC

I participated in the HOE Snowman Exchange and was elated when I opened the package that arrived from Anne.  Inside I found this beautifully stitched and finished ornament:
2011 HOE Snowman Ornament
Designer: Little House Needleworks
Design: Frosty Flakes
Stitched by: Anne S.

As a fan of Little House Needleworks, I was so happy to receive a stitched design from their Ornament of the Month.  Thank you very much Anne, I look forward to hanging the ornament on my tree each Christmas!
This is what I stitched for my partner, Marie W.

HOE Snowman Exchange
Designer: Lorrie Birmingham
Design: Snowmen Trio
Stitched for: Marie W.

Now that I am in the Northeast, I am able to see my DS more frequently.  A few weeks ago, I headed into NYC for another day in the city with my oldest son.  He is so sweet; once again, he toured me around the city visiting Bryant Park, Central Park, the Garment district and Times Square. 

One of my favorite places is Bryant Park.  This is the perfect place to grab some lunch, relax in the park and enjoy the beautiful weather.

After a bit of a rest we headed to Central Park where we strolled through the park enjoying the sights. I especially enjoy seeing the horse and carriages parading down the streets of the city.

For me, a trip to NYC would never be complete without a visit to the Garment District.  Oh, to bask in the glory of all of this gorgeous every imaginable color!

Here is a picture of my latest trim purchase.  I feel so spoiled to have a son living in NYC affording me the opportunity to walk the streets of the garment district frequently.

As we wrapped up our day in the city, we approached Times Square and saw this friendly guy:


As much as I dislike having my picture taken, I could not pass up on this opportunity. So there you have it...I am off to see the wizard!

Thanks "G" for another wonderful day hanging out in the city with you, I am one lucky Mom. :D

As always thank you for stopping by!

Until next time...


Vonna said...

Your ornament given and the one received Marie is just gorgeous!!!!
And I'm so glad that you are on the East Coast and loving it :)
Miss YOU!

Catherine said...

What sweet ornaments!! And that trim - wowzers!!

Gabi said...

Both ornaments are so lovely Marie. And glad you're having a good time. NYC is on my list of cities I would like to see one day.

Alice said...

Nice trim purchases! Very cool meeting up with Tin Man.... only in NYC.

Katrina said...

Sweet ornaments and looks like a fun trip!!!

It's so fun to see a picture of you, I don't know why I had always pictured you with dark hair???? Anyways, love the picture :-).

staci said...

Wonderful pics! Thanks for sharing :)

Mouse said...

ohh very nice ornaments and ooooohhhhh those trims .. i would love to go there :) and love the tin man ... so glad you can go and visit more and get to see some wonderful sights :) love mouse xxx

valerie said...

Sounds like a wonderful trip! I love NY and am hoping to head back in the Fall. How nice that you were able to spend some time with your son.

Rachel V said...

Hi Marie,

Glad to hear you are back in the Northeast!! Don't you love a trip to NYC? Lovely stitching you've been doing lately.


Anne S said...

That trim shop looks wonderful :) I loved NYC when I visited on my own - how wonderful to have your own personal tour guide to find all the best places :D

Deborah~TheBookishDame said...

Oh, I wish I'd been there with you, Marie. You look like such a "hot tamale" in your red sweater with the Tin guys could surely have been steppin' out!
So nice to stop by your blog to see what you've been up to. I'm off to LA to visit Jess and Kellan this weekend for a couple of weeks.

Susan said...

What cute exchange pieces!

How lucky for you to be able to live so close to New York City - I love New York, but it's very rarely that I get to take a trip there. It looks like you had a nice day out.