Happy new year! We’re looking forward to a fantastic 2013, but wanted to take a moment to look back at 2012. It was a fun year, though not all of it has been documented here (we only started the blog in June, after all!). Not only did we finally walk across the Manhattan Bridge, listen to the Philharmonic in the park, and take a trip to San Francisco, we weathered Superstorm Sandy, hosted a delicious Thanksgiving, and had our annual beach week vacation.
But there’s more, of course, that never made it onto the blog (we promise to be better documenters this year), and we wanted to share some of them with you.
For Jason’s birthday, we took a trip to Chicago, where we went to see Second City with Lauren and Peter.
A photo walk in our neighborhood, Bay Ridge.
Erin made her favorite quilt ever.
Jason went to the Renegade Craft Fair in Brooklyn …
Erin had an idyllic weekend away with friends in the mountains of West Virginia.
Revered Erin performed the wedding ceremony for our friends Jes and Michele!
George and Ally came to visit and we dragged them on an epic walk from Manhattan to Brooklyn.
Tim came up to brave the madness of Comic Con with Jason, Chris, and Loc.
Erin, Holly, and Tania had a classic New York fall day: brunch, shopping, and a walk in Central Park.
We took another trip to the Park Avenue Armory to see The Event of a Thread.
We spent a snowy Christmas with Erin’s parents in Maryland.
So here’s to 2012, a fun and friend-filled year, and to more of the same in 2013!