Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Da Big Apple means Big Pockets

  Anyone who has ever been to the big apple understands that it is not quite the same as the typical little town we all grew up in. It's awesome to say the least, yet very unaffordable for this guy to every extent. Each day we have encounter people whom have their own style, or perhaps style in general that I am completely unaware of? Either way, I am jealous of those people who are rockin' red skinny jeans, some crazy leather kicks, a colorful jacket and a flat bill cap boasting NYC in some way or another. Very unfortunate for me, Karin like really dull, less colorful, shall I even say bland taste that forces me into the general population whom are super conservative, oh what a shame!

  Once the Marathon was officially cancelled, we decided to soak up our experience here and not dwell on the unfortunate circumstances. We have been trying to volunteer to help in the relief efforts but we have yet to communicate with a source that allows us to lend a helping hand. As a consolation, we are stirring the economy with our money by eating and drinking a bit too much for the typical ultra active marathoners that we claim to be. We are about to head out to some swank Italian eatery for dinner before we take in the broadway show of "Newsies" which has critical acclaim. Action packed night for us, shortly before we head back to the reality of PB & J sandwiches washed down with tap water. It's great to live life sometimes, but its even more difficult to realize that we are not apart of the Trump family no matter how much of a line we have on our credit cards haha. Off for now, many pictures to follow our actions around the big city upon our return, one key thing to focus on is that fact that we have not been working out at all, running clothes are non-existant on this trip :)

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