I talked to my grandfather yesterday morning. Once we got back from New York, I developed a thick wad of photographs for my grandfather and had them sent over to him. He adores photography and has several photo albums close by his bed. I think he went out to buy a new photo album just for these photos because I developed a good 100+ photos. I included some of the ones I took from Thailand. He really liked them. I think the photos are really good to help him take his mind off the cancer. I don't like asking him too much about it, so on the phone we just talked about how nice Thailand was. He said the photos looked really good and that Thailand had amazing scenery.
After that conversation, I've realised that I haven't really talked about the rest of my New York/Flushing trip. I'm just going to post up all the remaining photos I've neglected. They're mostly of food and snow and me looking dorky.
I hope you enjoy these.
This guy somehow managed to sneak his cat into the Empire State Building! Even a security guard was stunned. He asked him how he smuggled the cat in. However, we were in the same queue as him when we were leaving the Empire State Building AND WE COULDN'T SEE THE CAT ANYWHERE! I hope the cat is all right.
I think by the end of my trip, it was mainly positive albeit incredibly emotion. I was shocked at how vulnerable my father was and it reminded me that we are all the same on the inside.