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Friday, July 9, 2010

NYC in November

Ahhhhh.... NYC = heaven!  Ironman and I were planning a trip to NYC in November (it just happens to be our 13th anniversary - who would have thought he would last that long!).  Then when I was in Houston for Debby Schuh's class, she mentioned a possible class at Tinsel Trading in New York in November.  So New York - HERE WE COME!!!!  I think this will be the third time I'm dragging Ironman to NYC (but as long as he gets to stop in at ESPN Zone for a beer and some bar food - he's fine). 

Here is a peek at the fabulousness that is Tinsel Trading....





If you had any question, Ironman is going to head home to the girls before the Debby Schuh weekend starts.  Can you really see Ironman fingering all of those fancy trims and flowers at Tinsel Trading???  I'm laughing just thinking about it....

So the Broadway shows.... Which ones???  Kristin Chenoweth and Sean Hayes in
"Promises, Promises" is a must!    


"Jersey Boys" is on my list - who can resist Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons?


I'm pretty sure "Billy Elliot" is making the cut...


Depending on the cast and if there is time for a "Girl's Night Out", then I want to see "Love, Loss and What I Wore"


That's only four shows.  I know I can sneak another one or two in - so if you have a suggestion - PLEASE make a comment.  And please tell me - What is your favorite part of NYC?  I love the "off the beaten path" kind of places...So far my friends HoHo, Wendy and Peggy are heading to NYC for Debby's weekend tour.  I can't wait!  Is it November yet???

5 comments:

Melanie said...

waaaaaaaaaaaa, awaaaaaaaaaaa, awaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!

denise said...

i'm right there with ya Mel
waaaaaaaaa, aaaaaaaaaaa,
(silent crying, no breathing)
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Sharon said...

Aida is a MUST see!

Paula D said...

You've got to stop in at Serendipity for their frozen hot chocolate! It is AMAZING!!!

Maggi S. said...

You have to go to Olde Goode Things. (http://oldegoodthings.com/) it was one of my favorite places when I got to go. Basically they go into houses and strip them and sell the stuff in their store. Their tin tiles are awesome and I even have about 30 Fleur De Lis tiles that I bought and am saving for a "dream" house some day.