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Sunday, March 21, 2010

bits of my weekend- volume 4

Welcome to another edition of Bits of My Weekend!
And as always, sign the linky below so we can view your weekend pictures, too!

Central Park:








Farmer's Market on the Upper West Side:






Why is my mother taking a picture in a mirror?:


Best food in NYC:




Eating ice cream on the steps of the Museum of Natural History:


Tippy Toes:


18 comments:

sara luke said...

L-O-V-E these pictures! Love them!

Einat said...

you were in my hood today! I too was at the farmer's market AND flea (around 1pm-ish), would have been funny to run into you!

Shana said...

I swear, next weekend I am going to remember to take a picture of something so I can link up. In the meantime, I'm loving seeing everyone's photos : )

notoriousmle said...

Ten dollars for eggs! That is CRAZY!

Heidi Jo said...

i love the picture of central park. and the fresh produce. gorgeous. well, minus the $10 price tag:0)

tippy toes was cute too.

sherilee said...

Love the sunshine so evident in your photos! Very beautiful--especially that wide shot of Central Park. And the spices! Makes me want to find Indian food, now!

mickinak said...

Love the pics - makes me want to buy ribbon and wear bows in my hair! Cute :)!!!!!!!

Marie Lee Carter said...

There is a beautiful look to all of the pics - I can feel the sun in them!

Lacy said...

looks like a fun picture. i can't believe the price of the eggs either! I thought produce at the farmer's market was supposed to be cheaper. is most of the stuff expensive or were those eggs just different?

Brittney said...

this makes me want a hot dog! cute pictures!

Lisa said...

Michelle,
Thanks for stopping by for a visit! I must tell you that I was actually telling a friend about you, your blog, and moving your family to New York City.
This post is a perfect example of what I was explaining to her. You blog about living in the city but from such a different point of view. It's not super-duper high society, nor is it typical tourista. It's a story about a real family doing real things which most of us can actually relate to.
Plus your photography skills are top notch which makes it a pleasure to look at & to read!
Keep up the good work. I can tell your a good mommy too!
Lisa

Lindsay Dewald said...

the tip toe shot is perfection :)

dkzody said...

Just like New York, I have found the prices at the farmers market in San Francisco's Ferry Building to be quite high. The $10 eggs do not surprise me. However, in SF we can get a whole roasted chicken, right on the spit, for $10.

Lisa H said...

Okay, I have to comment like everyone else here...seriously, ten dollars for eggs??? That is just crazy. I think I ought to start selling my chicken's eggs in NYC. :)

Great pictures. I love this series...it's fun!

Einat said...

I linked your blog here: http://www.behappynyc.com/2010/03/77th-street-sunday-flea-green-market.html

bc srsly, you have much better photos :-)

~Ginger said...

Love it! Great photos!

So, did you buy the eggs? My youngest just saw the Oprah documentary about chickens and meat. She only ate chicken, but now it's down to free range chickens. Trust me, she would die at the thought of eating that hot dog! Poor child is missing so much of the joy of eating! (Thus the model-figure that her mother never had, hehe)

thida said...

thanks for the blog, and especially for the photos. we've been following you for a few weeks, and i have to say that your pics have helped make our move to NYC a little less scary for our kids. cheers!

Anonymous said...

Oh no! don't eat the street meat! That should be Rule #1 for all who move to NYC!! I thought you were a vegetarian Michelle?

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