February in New York City

I’m back from three AMAZING days in New York.

I was in Manhattan for a media event at The Warwick where I had some excellent conversations with producers from CBS News, NBC News, Good Housekeeping, Family Circle, Oprah Winfrey’s “O” Magazine, Parents Magazine, Dr. Oz, Wendy Williams, and a number other media outlets, as well as an on-camera interview, and an interview for Instagram with a NYC-area social media influencer. The latter remembered me from last year and even gave┬áme a huge hug when she saw me.

When work was done, I was treated to an amazing steak dinner and some awesome conversation at Gallagher’s Steakhouse with a handful of colleagues from a PR firm. I also managed to squeeze in a walk around Manhattan. My hotel was very close to what is probably my favorite part of the city: Central Park. I made my way through the park, down to Times Square, and to a few other places. I managed to cover a whole lot of ground in a short amount of time.

My supposedly-haunted hotel failed to deliver on the paranormal end of things, but was actually the quietest hotel in which I’ve ever stayed. It has no 13th floor, but has a church on the 5th floor. No, I’m not kidding.

It was another adventure, for which I am grateful. I enjoyed the trip a whole lot, but I am glad to be back. Phoenix isn’t perfect, but it’s home and I’m thankful for it. There truly is no place like home.

Central Park

Love sculpture in Manhattan

Building mural in Brooklyn

Times Square

Radio City Music Hall

One of the most iconic skylines in the world



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