We took one last walk around the neighborhood today for this go around. As always, being back felt like a recharge for my soul. I haven’t been home for such a long duration of time since moving and this trip made me realize that no matter where I go, there will be nothing like coming home. ❤️ This is also the most time Casey has ever spent with my Ma and Baba, so for them, it was a priceless couple of months. #thankful
Weeeeee! What’s amazing about this is the fact that you have three kids, who don’t even know each other’s names, laughing and playing together as if they are life long friends. We can learn so much from children. It’s sad that this innocence gets lost/abandoned. Always be a friend to everyone. ❤️
Clear sky and no filter. #newyorker
I bet this spot is perfect for a fall fire and glass of wine. #upstateny
Here for my bffs wedding! ❤️❤️ @seniorita_margarita Love you!
@njtransit After today, I will be on the look out for you guys to be on the news for some horrible accident involving people being crushed trying to board your train. You have hundreds of people waiting for boarding information in a tiny waiting area in Penn Station. For whatever reason, the gate is announced only after you start boarding. Hundreds of people with bags and luggage then rush to the gate (in this case it was gate 9 ) which is a tiny doorway that leads straight to an escalator. There is a pillar not 10 feet away from the bottom of the escalator with tracks on the other side. You basically created a choke point while people are crammed on the enclosed escalator. People up front were unable to move and people on the escalator, which obviously kept moving, had no where to go. They couldn’t go backwards because there were too many people behind them. Best part is, not one employee was there to help mitigate the situation and prevent a horrible accident from happening. The passengers had to start shouting to get people to move forward. #disaster