As I said in my earlier post, New York City was amazing. My friend Katie and I had been planning our trip for months, and were excited about a few particular parts of our agenda: 1. Flying first class on Katie’s miles2. Center orchestra tickets for Wicked3. Thanksgiving Day parade and watching the balloons blow up the night before4. Serendipity’s You all probably know that Broadway was blacked out while
New York City was absolutely fabulous. I fell in love. Central Park, Washington Square, Little Italy, Radio City Rockettes, the Thanksgiving Day Parade, smelly cabs, pushy street vendors (miss,miss,fendigucciprada?fendigucciprada?) and snotty Tiffany & Co. sales staff. I embraced it all. Not to mention the ginormous Gap ads of my boyfriend. Looks like I have a new “insert Jim Halpert face here” photo for the Bachelor recaps. And for my screen
Our host Chris Harrison: “Two women left it tears. Brad remains a Bachelor. It was the ending the shocked America.” I beg to differ my friend. Check out my blog. About a thousand people guessed that he wouldn’t pick either girl on the comments page. America is not THAT shocked. But America is pretty pissy. And America wants answers! Things we learned from last night’s After the Final Rose: 1.