My reflections on Richmond will come in a later post, but for now I'll share some of the pictures. Seriously, I miss these people. I'm sure any of you who have moved to a new city as an adult know just how hard it is to make new friends and get back into a social groove. It's the one area of my new life in Boston that's really lacking. Thank goodness for weekend trips, even if they are few and far between.
- Pretending we were straight outta college again by partying at our old hot spots on both Friday and Saturday night (haven't gone out on both weekend nights since leaving RVA)
- Hitting up Target. You know, I could literally throw a rock from my roof in Boston and hit a Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue, but sometimes all you really want is a Target. Since word on the street (Yelp) is that the one closest to me via public transit is a major dump (think veering slightly more toward WalMart in terms of cleanliness and customer craziness), I patiently wait to shop at Target when I visit other cities. It's the little things in life.
- Chick-fil-a. Enough said. No Waffle House, though.
Blurry shot. Good times.
This picture makes my mouth water. What I wouldn't give for some Chick-fil-A right now.
I can't wait to go back again this summer. Time to begin making plans.
You keep classy, Richmond.