Wednesday, June 11, 2008

A summer with no regrets...

In talking with a couple of friends we have decided to make this a summer with no regrets.  We aren't planning on leaving anytime soon but as you all know you can't also control the unknown, so just incase something does happen we want to make sure we take full advantage of what NYC has to offer in the summer.  The summer of no regrets started last week we visited a new playground in Central Park on 100th St. and 5th Ave, Museum Mile Tuesday evening, we saw the Guggenheim and the Cooper-Hewitt Design.  We had a great time hanging out and see a bunch of friends wondering 5th Ave - too bad Tyler wasn't able to join us, maybe next year.
"The boys" hanging out in line waiting for the Guggenheim 
(thanks Ashley for the picture)

After we went through the Guggenheim, Chase and I stopped to watch the street performers, he loves live Music. 

Wednesday night I was fortunate to be able to take the YW to Carnegie Hall to watch the BYU Orchestra perform.  We were able to arrive early so the YW could meet and talk with members of the orchestra, it was truly a great experience for all.   

Thanks to Tamara and Gayle on Thursday we had a chocolate chip cookie there were some amazing cookies.  For pictures see Kiasa's blog

To end the week - we headed out to Jones Beach, we figured since we were car sitting we would take advantage, Thanks Jeff and Shima.  We had a great time playing in the sand, not so much in the water.  Let's just say Chase didn't love the water or the sand at first.  I guess we will have to visit a few more playgrounds with sand.