6/06/2011

I survived my big adventure!


I wish I could say that things were all smooth sailing after the plane ticket debacle but that isn't quite true. Our plane was delayed flying into Newark which is evidently a very common occurrence. So we missed our train to upstate where Mike's sister lived. We sat at Newark for over an hour tired and frustrated before we were finally able to find a hotel with a shuttle that wasn't booked up for Memorial Day weekend. The next day went much better. We made the early train and got there in time for the last 30 minutes of the Bat Mitzvah ceremony. We were then able to hang out for a few hours before the reception. It was quite an event let me tell you. I've never seen anything like it but we had a good time that evening with the open bar.

Abbie was incredibly composed and gave a lovely speech with personal reflections on all of her family members in attendance. I was thanked for the fluffy Hanukkah scarves I send. I am glad that we made it after all the travel drama since I know it meant a lot to Mike's sister for us to be there.

We had my niece Kate this weekend so I haven't had time to go through the rest of my vacation pictures. I had fun in New York but it was pretty exhausting. I really wish I could have a vacation to recover from my vacation for sure.

4 comments:

Pricilla said...

You look lovely in your dress.
Newark is about the worst airport EVER. Except for maybe Atlanta.

Kennedy might have been easier even with a longer drive.

Nancy said...

Haha...what an ordeal! But at least you made it back in one piece! Your dress looks so nice:) Glad you all had a great time there too!

Kristin at My Art and the Mom in Me said...

oh, yes, vacations are needed after vacations! Sounds like yours was tiring! Those are beautiful pictures!

Lin said...

Lookin' good, Paige!!

Aren't vacations exhausting?? It takes so much work to go and to come home. Sheesh. I always take an extra day to get things done when I get home and to adjust again.

 

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