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So Much To Do, So Little Time

Absolutely can not at all believe that I have already been living in this city for almost four weeks. The time has completely flown by and I've had such an amazing time here. Each day is characterized by a new experience, adventure or growth in knowledge, and I have even been lucky to experience some of it with my loved ones. My mom and little brother (I say little but he is bigger than me these days) came to visit for St. Patrick's Day. My cousin was also here that weekend, my second cousin and great aunt came to town the next weekend and I was fortunate enough to spend time with all of them.

In the last 3 weeks, I have been extremely busy. Saw Wicked - which was absolutely amazing!! (I was even teary eyed a few times throughout the show). Went for a bike ride through Central Park, have been to the amazing Equinox gym nearly nightly (yoga, zumba, cross-training etc), spent quite a bit of time in Brooklyn, and enjoyed the beautiful 70 degree weather along the pier outside of my office building at the south street seaport for multiple days.

I've been to countless fun bars including, but not limited to, Wilfie and Nell in the West Village - where I met a bunch of new girl friends, The Ainsworth in midtown, and The Standard in the Meatpacking District - the view was stunning at180 degrees of downtown, midtown and Hoboken.  Even got to go to an outdoor BBQ complete with a fire pit and amazing food at a friend's private back patio area. 

I literally feel like the luckiest lady in the world. The only way I could be happier is if my friends and family in Houston were here with me-- where are we on this teleportation technology already!?

Loving life every day though - forever and always.

Prem and Prakash


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