Sunday, November 29, 2009

Union Square Holiday Market

Before I forget, I thought I'd share some photos from the Union Square Holiday Market. Alex and I went this weekend. I love all the different holiday markets that pop up before Christmas. A friend is working the one at Bryant Park so I definitely need to make my way over there as well.

In fact, I want to do this entire city walk featured here. That way I can go to the Brooklyn Flea's new holiday market in Manhattan as well. (I can't tell you how excited I am about that last part!)

I love NYC all done up for the holidays, and this year I'm really feeling the holiday spirit. I have a lot to be happy about.

But first things first, below are my pics from Union Sq this weekend.

I was digging through my dresser this weekend and found the pants I'm wearing above. I know the sizing is off, but they are an 18W and are HUGE! I can actually take them on and off without unzipping them. It's good to have a pair I can just throw on for doing laundry or whatnot. Too bad I didn't dig them out sooner and get more proper wear out of them.

This last photo was a fun display from a booth selling ties. Love it!


  1. Love the pics Heather! It looks so beautiful there all done up for Christmas. I love Christmas decorations!

  2. Hi Heather,

    I enjoyed the pictures you put up. Christmas is a great time of year. One year, my husband and I are going to be New York before Christmas. I have been there in the Spring and I absolutely loved it. Thank you for your kind comments on my blog. I too have been reading yours. I was happy to hear you are able to eat asparagus and bread...maybe I will still me able to eat some of the things I enjoy (that aren't usually okay) too.

  3. I love all these kinds of pics - because these are places I only see in the movies and to see you standing RIGHT there in front - makes it all the more real. It's SO DARN pretty! Thanks for posting!!

  4. Thanks so much everyone! I try and make a point to get out and enjoy these kinds -- especially since I wasn't born here. Even after 6 years I often still feel like a tourist!