I’ve been reading about the explosion of the food truck scene in the US, but I didn’t realize how crazy it was until I came to NYC. This is just one street. Food trucks for everything. Everywhere.
We walked around a bit and took some pictures while we finished our Pumpkin Spice Lattes, then went to the Strand bookstore, which apparently has 18 miles of books.
I realize most of my pictures here are annoyingly tilted at a similar angle. Oopsie.
Random city church reminded me of England.
Rather than eating out we went to a Trader Joe’s near Union Square. It was PACKED. Manuela got in line as soon as we got there so I could do the shopping, and by the time I was finished she’d only moved a few feet.
Still, totally worth it. I really really really really miss TJs. I got two cans of Cuban style black beans, a Basmati rice mix, spicy tortillas, smoky spicy peach salsa, fresh guacamole and a bag of collard greens, spinach, mustard greens, etc. A lot of greens. ALSO. Cookie butter. I’m sick of hearing bloggers talk about this, so I decided to test it out, thinking I wouldn’t really like it because I don’t enjoy Nutella or other sweet nut butters/sweet breakfasts.
Yep. We’ve eaten half the jar and it hasn’t even been 24 hours since we bought it.
The peach salsa was heaven! I chose it because it was the only salsa without cilantro, but it was absolutely fantastic. So we had a super tasty, healthy, vegan Mexican dinner last night. Unless the tortillas weren’t vegan, as sometimes happens. I didn’t check.
Then I found this book in Robin’s apartment. She says people got it for her as a joke … but Snuggies are pretty spectacular so who knows.
Chapter 1: Snuggie Sex for Beginners: The Many Tricks Up Those Sleeves.
Chapter 2: Woman on Top: Good for Feminism. Good for Pleasure.
There are chapters on intermediate and advanced Snuggie sex, and my personal favorite about multiple-partner Snuggie sex: “Extra Partners, Extra Sleeves.”