I hope everyone enjoyed their weekend! Especially since it was a longer weekend then usual!
So I guess you guys are wondering what I did during the weekend? Well... I'll tell you!
I ended up going to Lancaster, PA- home to the Amish, a group of people that live differently according to their religion. It's basically corn fields, horse buggies, root beers and Amish People!
It was a great time! Fresh air (that stunk like horse poop half the time), train cars everywhere and the serene non-bustling sound of the country side is what I really wanted!
We ate some really good food- like traditional diner food like cream chipped beef and scrapple (which is so good but odd!)
I also got some Shoofly Pie, a ton of root beer and the obvious candy and ice cream (because I got to let the kid in me have a little fun!)
I stayed in a hotel room that used to be a train car! It was super cool- wasn't fancy or anything but if we randomly felt like we needed to go for a ride... I'm sure we could take our room! And there was more hotel fun going on too- like taking photos on a train track like rebel without a cause, having Fozzy the Bear give me a ride home after one to many wines and feeding alpacas that want to bite my hands off!
I also learned a lot about the Amish way of life and more. It was a great experience and I hope to use it more stories that I write!
Also, I did the obligatory bike ride to get to know the lands a little better.
It was a fun and relaxing vacation and I can't wait to take another soon!
That's it for now! Till next time!
It has been a while since I had a post, right!
I forget to mention this that happened a few weeks ago!
New York Cares- a great organization that has many opportunities for New Yorkers to help out our awesome city- spotlighted me as their artist of the month! It's a great honor to be featured and was sent to all volunteers in the area! Check out the interview below and for more opportunities to help out in NYC, check out their site here! (Who knows... maybe you'll see me one day on a volunteer site!)
Till next time!