Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Dear NYC, I cheated on you

with every tree lined street

 with the view from our villa

with the Boston Reading Room

with the colorful Harvard campus

with pathways that begged me to walk

with the book store
with vibrant hued leaves

with the most quaint Post Office

with Boston.

I would ask you to forgive me, but I can't promise it won't happen again.

Love,
yours truly


21 comments:

  1. Those pictures are beautiful! They almost look like they were taken in the U.K. (does that make me sound like a west coaster or what?). I'm excited about getting all the different points of view from your weekend.

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  2. I think you made the right choice, Molly. For sure.

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  3. love these photos molly. boston and new york are so different, it is hard to even compare them. but boston is totally worth it!

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  4. Amazing photos. Makes me want to visit Boston someday. I'm sure NYC will understand... maybe. ;)

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  5. what beautiful pictures, Molly! Boston is lovely, indeed. i'd love to be there right now, just for a little stroll and a stop by the post office . . . and the bookstore, if i can squeeze it in before nap time.

    can't wait to hear more details about the fun with your friends! :)

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  6. All the green: I die! We don't have much green here. Lots of cacti though. It ain't cute.

    I've been to Boston once and I. Need. To. Go. Back. Move to the East Coast in general even.

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  7. Colleen- I'm trying to convince nyc I still love her. Not a bad job to have.

    Kayle- Do it. Better yet, tell me when you are going and I'll meet you there.

    Nessa- Thank you!

    Debbie- Cacti, you say. Yes, I think I hear the East Coast calling your name...

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  8. beautiful, beautiful photos. want to hear more... must hear more soon... spill it sister.

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  9. black tag- Spillage to come soon. Very soon.

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  10. Looks like such a fun blogger weekend, glad I found your blog through the links!

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  11. It looks like Boston in the fall is ah-mazing! Scott and I were there in July and it was pretty fantastic too! Can't wait to hear (or read, which ever comes first) more about your trip!

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  12. Michelle- It was such a fun weekend. I'm glad you found me too! :)

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  13. I am not well traveled at all, never been to even NY! But Jared and I did go to Boston a few years back and I LOVED it! Your pictures are beautiful! Jared wants to move there and start a church. Maybe one day??

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  14. The Cartee's- Julia, I say do it! I fell quickly in love with Boston.

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  15. oh how I love this post! Boston is incredible! I don't know if NYC will forgive you...you may have to come back to California.

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  16. I live vicariously through your travels.

    That library is unreal.

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  17. I wanna go! That sun porch view just does it for me.

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