A Very Nerdy Birthday

13 Dec

When I was a little girl, I always wanted my birthday party at the American Museum of Natural History.  (Well, that or The Rink — the roller rink in Bergenfield — where I’d feed quarters into the vending machines for neon friendship bracelets.)  I figured it was about time to bring the tradition back so the museum’s where I headed for my birthday earlier this month.

 


 

 

After the museum, I headed over to Momufuku’s Milk Bar.  What better birthday cake than crack pie and candybar pie??

 

 

 

And then it was on to The Dead Poet, where I got to drink for free because I share a birthday with Leo Tolstoy.  I ordered the Jack Kerouac, naturally.

 

 


So thankful to all the family and friends who made my birthday special!

 

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5 Responses to “A Very Nerdy Birthday”

  1. Linda December 13, 2011 at 12:11 pm #

    Sounds like a very Hip birthday agenda!!

  2. JHaeske December 14, 2011 at 5:47 pm #

    A very happy (if belated) Birthday from me! Thanks for introducing me to the Dead Poet, guess I will have to make that a stop on my next visit to New York in march 2012. For sure.

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