in the light of the 6 subway; come back to me, New York transit!
This is one coat of Zombie Zest over two coats of NYC Black Lace Creme. So I've worn this polish three ways: this one, as a gradient with OPI Stranger Tides, and on its own. It's pretty versatile. I liked how this looked and wore it until it chipped. It was a great manicure to have on while I watched the new Walking Dead I had missed on Monday. By myself. In an almost blacked-out city. Weeeeee.
Here are some firefighters looking irritated while they try to straighten out the problem with the elevator at the front office.
And here is one of two trucks that showed up, taken after I had snuck safely back inside. I was not about to get windblown if I didn't have to.
So, I'm fine. And although I'm sure Halloween festivities have been postponed for the little ones here in New York City, rest assured I had my own celebration that nearly put me into a sugar coma. I'm not sure when the subways will be back up and running. I've been off school for three days straight now, so I guess it's just a wait-and-see kind of thing. The time off has allowed me to watch a million episodes of Frasier and also finally start a paper for one of my classes. Sadly [for me] I actually had a bridal appointment at J. Crew tomorrow in Union Square. But I'm pretty sure that that area was hit really hard by flooding. The phone was disconnected when I tried to call. And even if it was up and running [it's not], I wouldn't be able to get myself there. Oh well. I will try on wedding dresses another day.
I hope that any east coasters and New Yorkers reading this are okay, too. And Clevelanders, for that matter. My parents on the west side lost power, and I heard that a lot of places on the east side didn't fare too well either, including where Ben lives. And Lake Erie spilled over onto I-90?? Crazy.
Stay dry, everyone!