New York: Where dreams are made

Almost two months ago, I packed up my bags and flew to New York, leaving behind my family and best friends for an opportunity in the big city that I couldn’t pass up. As I was heading home from work tonight, I stopped and recognized that I am currently living in one of the greatest cities in the world, and opportunity abounds in a city like this one. Through all of the days I come home exhausted from work or discouraged from a difficult day, I still live in a city where I can do anything I want—and that is a wonderful gift.

I’m here to pursue my passion, and as I work hard, I sometimes forget to actually enjoy the city I’ve loved for so long. Below are some moments that are the beginnings of a long friendship with this fantastic place.

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Here are my new coworkers. We take awesome selfies.

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Paul and I stumbled upon the Alice statue, so photo shoot, obviously

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This Degas had me riveted. So, so good.

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The Met ❤ ❤

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Love the Empire State building. Not yet tired of it. At all.

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Don’t love: Yankees. Do love: Yankee Stadium + baseball

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Me, loving baseball and wearing a neutral color so the Yanks don’t think I’m an imposter

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Paul on the coolest bridge in NYC

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Me, being a model or something

 

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