There are pretty much no perks to being in a long distance relationship. Aside from having complete ownership over the remote control, but that get's lonely after a while. But I can think of one good thing. Instead of me always visiting Tom or him visiting me, sometimes we meet in a special place. This way, we're not visiting each others day to day lives and being reminded of the distance. Instead we're just two people meeting up in a neutral place.So that's exactly what we did over the long weekend. I flew into JFK and Tom flew into LGA, then we met up. It's not easy coordinating flights from different places, but it was so very worth it. We spent the weekend sleeping in and walking the snow-covered streets of New York. Also, managed to catch Chicago on Broadway and pop into The Met. New York showed us quite the time! Here's a few snapshots of our weekend together.
We're not strangers to meeting up like this. Even when we dated in college and were living in separate states, we would rendezvous with a day trip just to see each other's faces (P.S. this was a world before the existence of FaceTime). So with not having seen each other in far too long, meeting up in New York for the long weekend was the perfect idea.
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