Hi there! I’m Christy, and I’m excited to be guest posting today. Last week I finally got the chance to go back to New York and visit my twin sister for the first time since I moved to Los Angeles almost half a year ago. Unfortunately, a blizzard rolled in only a few days into the trip, but we made the most of it. I love how it feels like the entire city slows down for a beat whenever it snows in New York. The roads are empty, except for a few brave drivers and a handful of yellow cabs. And every lawn in Central Park is scattered with sledders holding household objects they’ve improvised as a sled, cardboard boxes, plastic storage box lids, you name it. In the afternoon, the sidewalks outside restaurants are littered with piles of sleds while families take a lunch break or warm up with some hot cocoa — the only word to describe what it feels like walking through New York on those days is magical. So naturally, I went for many long walks around Central Park, the Upper West Side, and the Upper East Side to soak it all in and took a few snaps that Kelly asked me to share. So, similar to Kelly’s Happiness Walk Through Lincoln Park posts, this is a happiness walk through Central Park.