New York Adventures continued…
Although we were in NYC to celebrate our sons’ thirteenth birthdays and to do boy-oriented things, I considered it my duty as a friend to introduce Rosita to the joys of Uniqlo. The boys managed to find a way to amuse themselves:
Next we went to Pearl River, a fabulous Asian emporium in Soho and one of my favorite stores of all time. I brought my sister there once and we spent a longish time there, which might explain this text:
My son replied:
Yep. Victory is sweet.
Muji, which Rosita refers to as her favorite “anal retentive validation store” was juuuuust down the block, so off we went. Rosita took this photo of the boys looking pretty happy to be there and posted it on Facebook:
I took this photo moments later:
We wandered over to Chinatown in search of lunch, but were waylaid by a chopstick store. Yes, a chopstick store! It’s not like you see one of those every day…
Finally, the boys’ patience was rewarded when we stopped for lunch:
Soooooo…as we were heading back to the subway, we just happened to go past this store:
Obviously, we had to check it out.
So how do you drag two almost thirteen year old boys into a Hello Kitty Emporium? By turning a blind eye to this:
Hey! You gotta do what you got to do!
Tomorrow: Central Park
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