Thursday, April 02, 2009


Strolling to Mozart in Central Park- is there anything better in life

Lunch at Blue Fin before leaving the W for the London NYC

Having after dinner drinks in our room at the W Hotel overlooking Times Square

A wonderful visit with Stacy

A family photo at Peter Luger's in Brooklyn

Mr. & Mrs. at Central Park

Muppets kissing? Shocking, I tell you just shocking

With Pantea at Central Park

Keepin' warm in Times Square


In NYC- we ate at L'Ecole at the French Culinary Institute, a New York favorite

At the end of a beautiful day, a fun evening and a wonderful wedding

Now, is he handsome or is he handsome

The back drop was so beautiful, we had to play supermodel

At a wedding in Palos Verdes

Spending a quiet Sunday watching TV and chilling

Celebrating my good friend, Allisson's graduation from law school

Valentine's Day 2009- sincerely the most mystifying dinning expreience of my life thus far

At Pitfire Pizza catching a bite to eat before catching a show and Ahmonson Theater with the visiting in-laws

Gosh, I am not doing a good job keeping up with our family blog, am I? Well, better late than never, I guess.

2009 has been an eventful year so far. In February, we embarked on a new road of growth change and hope. It has been a bumpy road up to now, but we are determined to keep going until we reach of destination. I pray to be able to share fruits of this adventure with all very soon.

March was beautiful, with the arrival of spring, as well as festive, since it's the month we Persians celebrate rebirth, starting anew and our new year. Norooz was warm and happy. It's my favorite holiday. It conjures happy memories of my childhood in my country before life turned upside down. Only a few days after the start of the new year, we packed our bags and headed to the Big Apple. My friend, Pantea came along on the trip. We only got back Monday morning. The trip was absolutely wonder-filled. I love exploring New York, and there's still so much more to explore.

I want to share all the wonderful things we did and the beautiful places we visited. But that shall have to left for another day. For now, I want to leave you with some photos of the last few months.

May this year be prosperous, happy and filled with impossibles becoming possible.


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