New York, New York!
It’s finally happening, next week I’ll be crossing something off my bucket list when I head to New York to visit for the very first time. I’ll be meeting with all the fabulous folks at Opensky that I’ve worked with for almost two years now. It will be so nice to put some faces to the voices I’ve spoken with over the phone all this time. For those that don’t know, this is the company that helps me introduce and sell to you each week all my favorite organizing finds. We’ll be working on finding even more fantastic products to share with you. A lot of work goes on behind the scenes before I ever introduce a product to my readers. My criteria is tough and I’m very particular and thankfully for every terrible product out there, there are that many more good ones. I’m also going to do my best to
plead beg ask nicely about what we can do to add Canadian shipping to the mix. I hear you loud and clear on this one and I’ll see what I can do.
So have I told you what a terrible traveler I am and how something almost always goes wrong for me? Oh wait, yes I did. Mishaps like that happen to me ALL THE TIME whenever I travel! Thank goodness for great girlfriends that are jumping to my rescue. Girlfriends on this side that are going to make sure I don’t go looking like the country bumpkin that I am and then others that are flying in to meet me there to make sure I don’t get stuck cowering in a corner somewhere. It takes a village people, it takes a village.
Now here’s the exciting part about New York for me. I kind of feel like I’ve already been there even though I haven’t. I owe it all to Regis and Kelly. I’ve watched that show every day since 1992. In other words, a long time. It’s my happy place, I absolutely love love love it . New York fascinates me because of them and all the shows they’ve done in and around NY outside of their studio. I don’t have tickets to the show but you’d better believe I’ll be waking up bright and early to hit their standby line. I’m going to try really hard to behave too and not budge in line but I’m not making any promises! :)
For those who live in NY or have been there to visit, what would you suggest is an absolute must see? Any advice for me?