New York City, meet the Heiselts.

New York City, meet the Heiselts.

We’re here in New York. We got in Tuesday morning at about 2:00 after a fairly uneventful drive. Most of our stuff is unpacked, but we’re a long ways from being settled in. Our gas line isn’t hooked up, so we won’t be able to use our stove until next Thursday, so until then we are being creative with our rice cooker. We don’t know when we’ll get our internet connection, but we do have access to the Brooklyn Library.

We survived the tornado and made our way through the flood as well. Life is good. It’s been a busy week.

9 thoughts on “New York City, meet the Heiselts.

  1. Glad you’re there safe and sound. And I hope you were kidding about the tornado. And the flood.

    Keep us updated!

  2. I’m glad that I’m working at Xcel so that I can watch the news, otherwise I wouldn’t know what you were talking about. As it is, I still didn’t know about the flood. Glad to know you’re safe. Also, what floor do you live on in your apartment building?

  3. Sheesh, I know you like to make a big impression, but a tornado… wasn’t that going a little overboard?

    I’m glad Sarah posted before me or I would have had no idea you were serious. We have virtually no TV reception, and I rarely listen to the news anymore, I had no idea! I’m so glad you three are safe and sound in your new home.

  4. every time i saw footage of the random natural disasters i thought of you three- what an entrance! glad you are safe and getting settled. the adventure begins!

  5. Glad to hear you are safe and getting settled. What an introduction to life in NY!! We love you guys!

  6. The tornado was south of where we live, so that didn’t affect us too much, but we sure did hear the storm. The thunder and lightening were incredible (they woke me up a few times) and having if followed by one of the hottest days of the year was a really bad idea. It was soooo humid and miserable. And it didn’t help that we had to be running around all over to get our rental car back and more stuff for our apartment. We didn’t realize the storm had been a big deal until we were taking the train home after returning the car and found that some of the trains weren’t running and that others were running slow.

    Our timing couldn’t have been better. What a way to make an entrance.

  7. I am glad you are there! Hawaii is having a hurricane right now…cool beans. I miss you guys and we should chat sometime!!!

  8. Hey,
    It’s been a long time. I think Micah will remember me better than Liz, whom I think I only met once. Anyway, Congratulations on the move and the baby (Simon is such a great name!) and NYU and everything. We just started a blog too and I saw yours through Adrian and Jodie’s. You can check it out if you want, and I hope you don’t mind if I read yours too.
    Meg Gibson Singley, former IMC accomplice
    http://singleyblog.blogspot.com/

  9. Oh, that is a gorgeous sight. I’d love to wake up to that! Also, I wish the leaevs would change color here, too. I noticed that the leaevs were so beautiful in Kim’s shots of your engagement! Not here, though. :/ Green as ever.

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