I'm not a professional blogger and as much as I wish I had enough time to have a more detailed blog, I live in the library so I don't.. but I hope these pictures will speak the words I can't. Welcome to the life of the Hunts in NYC!

Major Catch Up

Because I have been putting all of my little spare time towards school I fell behind big time on my blogging! However, I haven't slowed down on the picture taking, so I decided to upload my favorite pics of what you've missed and have vowed to not get behind again!

                                          My Second Cousin Catherine moved to NYC!

 I went back to my mission to see a family I taught get sealed in the Washington D.C. temple. A bunch of these pics below are of that trip.  For those of you that don't know, I served a Spanish speaking mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. You can tell by these pictures how amazing the Hispanic people are!
Portillo Family with Me and my old mission comp. Hna Funch 

With the Granado Family (a family I taught) outside the Washington D.C Temple.

Portillo Fam

There was so much amazing authentic food from almost every Latin country.

A celebration is never a celebration without dancing.

My Family from El Salvador! La Familia Osorio

I love these two boys!

This picture is taken where my husband Bryan works. You would think that he works in L.A. not downtown NYC

Our favorite dessert...Thai Mango Sticky Rice

Bryan and I went exploring and found this free Peanut Butter Art Exhibit called the Nutropolitan. It was Peanut Butter Week so they had a special weekend exhibit.

We got to make our own peanut butter art choosing from a bunch of different peanut butter flavors!

This is mine... made from Super Chucky PB

This is Bryan's super cool creation called "The Ultimate Battle" made with white Chocolate PB.. mmmmm!

Art at the Nutropolitan
Best part was that we got a free PB and they donated one to the food bank for every person that visited the exhibit.

I don't know why I love taking pictures of graffiti.

Bryan and I went to the American Museum of Natural History... can you see him?

I decided to be economical and highlight my own hair! Results will not be posted.. ha ha jk it worked!

Getting ready for Vegetarian Burgers with our friends the Litsters.

Bryan sliced a tomato heart!

I will add more pictures tomorrow!

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