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Saturday, August 18, 2007

I Heart Brooklyn!

Boy, am I glad to be home!! My 8:05PM EST flight was delayed until 11:30PM EST, so I didn't get home until 4:26AM PST. This past week, Mr. Nonny Nu and I haven't had much interaction since I've been away. So, now, he has a lot of pent up energy. At this very moment, he said, "I have a legal right to bother you, you know." Upon hearing that I am quoting him on the blog, he informs me, "I'm going to sue you for libel."

Anyhoooo, Brooklyn was awesome!! I've been to NYC before, but only visited Manhattan and just hated it. It's the only city I've ever visited where I felt like I was inside even though I was outside. I guess it's too big for me. Brooklyn was different, though. There were actual houses (I think they're called brownstones) and single story streets, etc. And, it wasn't jam packed with people all the time. Also, the people there were super friendly and nice. It felt like a real neighborhood. Even though I spent 90% of my time in the hotel (my room and a conference room where I worked), I thoroughly enjoyed the 10% spent outside at Kinko's, eating dinner, and walking down to the shore to see the Manhattan skyline.

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