Missing The Big Apple 🍎
During the first week of December, dental schools start sending official acceptances to the candidates.
It made me reminisce about my time in New York City, where I lived and studied for several years before moving to California.
Not only did I earn my diploma in Orthodontics there, but I also met my husband, and formed many wonderful, long lasting friendships.
NYC truly is a “concrete jungle where dreams are made of” ❤️
And to get back to dental schools, congrats to those who have already gotten their acceptance letters/calls. And to those who haven’t, don’t despair, it may still happen.
“there is a time of year in new york when, even before the first leaf falls, you can feel the seasons click. the air is crisp, the summer is gone. and for the first night in a long time, you need a blanket on your bed.” - @sarahjessicaparker
when i moved to nyc, i did what any girl in her thirties would do—rewatch all of #sexandthecity. i soon realized carrie bradshaw is a low-key jerk (i’m not over how awful she was to aidan + how fast she should’ve swiped left/unfollowed/blocked mr. big) + lied a whole lot (i.e. a freelance monthly columnist can’t afford a west village brownstone, bottomless brunches + an endless supply of @manoloblahnikhq). but, after living in nyc over a year, i can testify that the ladies of #satc did get a a slew of things really right about living in nyc. head to girlandthebay.com to read the list 👠 #girlandtheapple