I've heard the best Buffalo Wings in town are at a local bar (Mudville 9), so I gave them a whirl. The report is true -- their wings are great, especially paired with an oatmeal stout from Elysian Brewing Co.
Here are some pictures from the fun part of my day. Do you ever try to turn a bad day around?
I love New York! Glad you turned a rough day around!ReplyDelete
I do, and it often involves alcohol! Ha! I love oatmeal stout - I miss it.ReplyDelete
I usually try to turn around a bad day with a big 'ole glass of wine! Either that or a ballet class. I've learned that excercise usually takes my mind off of everything.ReplyDelete
A bad day can be turned around with an ice-cream cone from McDonalds for me ... Glad you managed to turn your unpleasant day around and thanks for sharing your beautiful photos.ReplyDelete
Chocolate always turns my day around. I love that we all have our own little vices to get through the tough times.ReplyDelete
I am with you on a good beer being a way to turn a bad day around! That one sounds pretty delicious to me!ReplyDelete
After a particularly stressful day at school (at least once a week) last year, I'd go to one of my favorite thrift shops a few miles up the main thoroughfare from the University. (:ReplyDelete
I'm glad you got out and turned your day around!
I love your photos and it's like I get to have a little tour of New York, which maybe someday I will truly get to visit. Did you find Might Casey at the Mudville Bar? I suppose that after striking out he might not be celebrating.ReplyDelete
I love your positive attitude and they way you find a strategy to lift your own spirits. Thanks for sharing those strategies with your blog readers.
Casey was drowning his sorrows in a big bowl of Buffalo Wings.Delete
If I didn't have a positive attitude, life would have crushed me by now. We all need strategies.
Great photos and what a nice way to end your day. The beer especially.ReplyDelete
I can't remember such example right this instance but I am sure it has happened.
I think you live in the best city in the world...there's so much to see and do, and every corner seems to be hiding something interesting and beautiful. I really wanna come again soon, and I am gonna eat buffalo wings like if there's no tomorrow, I love them and here in Italy it's so hard to find them ! :(ReplyDelete
Fashion and Cookies
It can be tricky to turn a bad day around, especially if like me, you find negative emotions linger for a long time, eating away at your mind and soul alike. That said, I do think it often possible and my trick is to bridge the negative and the positive with something serene and (for me at least) often methodical. I find that just focusing on something repetitive that isn't laden with much emotion of any kind helps to buffer away the negative vibes, restore tranquility, and put me in the mood to be more receptive to happy thoughts and feelings again.ReplyDelete
I do various things to turn my day around, but thrift shopping is probably at the top of my list. Even if I don't find anything, the browsing is therapeutic. Thanks for sharing the great pictures of New York.ReplyDelete
I always try to turn a bad day around because I don't want to go to bed with a sadness...ReplyDelete
Good thing yours turned out nicely in the end!
The city is just such a magical place to be...always something fun you can find to do! I'm glad you were able to turn your day into a good one!ReplyDelete
The Tiny Heart
I'm glad you turned your day around...oatmeal stout never hurts!ReplyDelete
Sounds like you had no trouble turning this day around. I think it has to be done. I do my best to get outside every day, as otherwise I get very miserable being couped up in an office all day. We have a beautiful cathedral in Lincoln at the top of a short but steep hill (called "Steep Hill" naturally), so if all else fails I climb the cobbled street and walk around the medieval stone walls, just to give me something else to think about other than work.ReplyDelete
You inspired me today Ally - I took myself on a little walk up one of my favourite streets and posted here:Delete
Great captures! Nothing like good food and drink to turn the tide of a day. And a wander with the camera. :-)ReplyDelete