Monday, January 13, 2014

NYE in the Northeast

Oh man.  I have been sick for the last four days, and I don't know about you but when I get sick I forget what it felt like to be healthy.  It all started with a crossfit class where I thought I over-did-it, but turns out all those coughs in my classroom caught up to me.  Feels good to finally be on the mend.  Tall Tan Man was wonderful, he did many dishes, got me panera, and let me control the TV.  Over Christmas break, Tall Tan Man and I went up to Boston to "spend New Years Eve with some friends".  TTM and I drove back from Oklahoma on a Sunday {10 hours} and then took the red-eye flight to New Hampshire.  Hint* Ignore the bags under my eyes...


We had a short stop by the beach, it was freezing, then we headed into Boston.  We had an awesome hotel that looked over Fenway Park!


The boys thought it was pretty cool that they stayed at the same hotel where this scandal took place.  



If you're ever in Boston I definitely recommend the Busy Bee for breakfast.  I spent most the day after that perfecting my Boston accent.  Apparently, I was confusing my Boston and New York accents. 


Here we are ready for the New Years Eve concert by the oh so talented Ayla Brown.  


TTM played ball with Ayla's boyfriend Keith and we were there to celebrate more thaj just New Years.  



The next day we toured Boston some, the city is beautiful. 











Largest Christmas tree I have ever seen.


We had to stop by the famous Mike's Pastry.


Our trip was wonderful and TTM wasn't ready to go home...


I was ready to sleep in our bed, but we had a little bit of a problem.


Thankfully winter storm Hercules couldn't stop us!  So excited for the Brown/Weiser wedding! 

{LJ}

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