I woke up to find my second motorcycle was stolen. I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t starting to really dislike the stress of living in this city.
Week 19, coming at you from the top of One World Trade Center.
I felt our little baby through Beth’s stomach for the first time today. I’m not sure if it was a kick, or her bumping into the cushioned walls of her comfy little home, but I felt it on three separate occasions.
It was pretty surreal.
I visited New York today for the first time. Okay, technically the second, but the first time I was only in the city for a few short hours while waiting for a train to Connecticut. The flight was good and we arrived safely, but we were supposed to be here this morning at 8am instead of 6pm today, but because we arrived at the airport 6 short minutes past the baggage check time, they wouldn’t allow us on the plane. Pretty incredible, all things considered (it was a red-eye, we were the only people in the terminal, <a href=”https://medium.com/this-happened-to-me/thank-you-from-30-000-feet-2df5cae0eaf1″ target=”_blank”>Virgin America usually has such great customer service</a>, I could go on … ).
Eh, so it goes. First world problems, AMIRITE?
I’ll be working the entire week up here from <a href=”https://www.wework.com/locations/new-york-city/fidi” target=”_blank”>Mixpanel’s New York office</a> at 85 Broad St. in the financial district. Time to see what a week in the life of a New Yorker is like.
More to come I’m sure.
Ms. Bethany’s baby bump, week 18.
Here’s a glimpse at Bethany’s bump, week 17. Big things happening.