A few posts ago, I wrote about my summer protective styles. I had braids in for about seven weeks when I was in New York. I was lazy and didn’t care for my hair as well as I should.
Tag: New york
‘Tisha and the City’ Concluded
Well, here we are. Seven weeks later. My summer in the city has officially come to an end.
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My life in New York revolves around food
The only meaningful trips I’ve taken here in New York are to restaurants and food festivals. No shame in my game. I LOVE food!
Seamless, you are everything!
In New York, you’re hungry at 12 a.m., you’ll always find something to tickle your fancy. If you’re hungry at 12 a.m. and don’t want to leave your home, you won’t starve. Because– Seamless
This can’t be real life
Am I effing dreaming?!
Hello Brooklyn , how you doing?
Hello, hello, hello!
This past Saturday I walked the Brooklyn Bridge with my BFFL ,Sophie and her girlfriend, Chelsea!
It was supposed to be a beautiful day, but it was hot as shit. 93° to be exact. Didn’t expect it to be that hot in the city. I thought I left this weather back on Orlando. Mother nature, what’s up with that?
I have 12 days left in the city. It’s crazy to me that I’ve been here for five weeks. To be honest with you, I’ve spent most of my time worrying about the days and weeks after I leave New York.
Am I taking my blessings for granted?
Do I really appreciate what I have? I’ve been asking myself this question for an entire week. My life is far from perfect, I’ve experienced things most people hear stories about. And it seems like every couple months something else just shakes up my world. But I’m very blessed. I love my life.
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Hello, New York
I’m here, I’m here!
Tisha is finally in the city! To say I’m excited would be an understatement. I’m pretty sure this summer will be one for the books!
Things are happening
Hello, hello, hello!
In five days I leave for New York. I haven’t finished packing. I haven’t spent enough time with my family and friends. It still doesn’t feel real, to be honest with you.