Justin's sister Jessica came to visit us last week.
The last time she was here snow was on the ground.
Of all the times we have taken the Staten Island Ferry, this was the first day we realized you could stand in the letters.
It's nice to have a fresh perspective. Thanks, Jess.
My man took this picture. Great shot, J.
The Lady was looking particularly fetching. She rocks rainy days.
The Staten Island 9/11 Memorial
Such a sombering place
I ran my hand over the carved letters of names. Candles flickered and flags waved.
That day really happened. I wish it hadn't.
We lightened the heavy mood a bit laughing at a man we both love.
My husband, her brother.
And then we visited the actual site of the World Trade Center.
Jess took this shot and I love it so.
The next day we kept it light and easy.
Jess got to see her first Broadway show on Broadway.
How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying was fantastic.
Daniel Radcliffe and John Larroquette were brilliant.
That seems like something you should say after you see a Broadway show.
We introduced Jessica to Bryant Park.
Such a great place to chill or read a book or eat lunch.
Or fall out mid-stride for a nap in the grass.
Or eat a cakepop.
Jess, you're so fun.
I really want somebody with kids to visit us so I can ride this merry-go-round with reckless abandon.
Thanks for coming to see us, Jess.
You're such a cool sister.
Now, who's bringing their kids to NYC?