Through instagram: From Dallas to NYC

After four years of school at TCU, and a year spent in Dallas, I decided to make the move back to NYC. My friend and roommate of 4 years, Kristin, came along as we drove the 3-day, 1500 mile trek home. We documented our trip on instagram using the hashtag #Road2NYC. I’ve posted the photos below, but feel free to check them out (and follow me, @sarahcrutch) on instagram!

On the road again. View’s not too bad.

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Hello there Tennessee.

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Documenting our ice cream stop outside Nashville with the Nashville filter.

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Our life for the next 2 days.

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Good drinks with good friends.

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Latte in a bowl.

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Sassy since day one. #GrandmasHouse

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This watched me sleep. All night long. #GrandmasHouse

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Texas is everywhere, y’all.

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Ohio: So much to Discover!

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West Virginia.

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Pennsylvania: Traffic and windmills.

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Nap time on the road.

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These hills can’t be beat. #Pennsylvania

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#Road2NYC

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Her first NYC bagel!

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Bagels in the city.

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Big bird and Elmo chillin’ in Central Park.

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Nap time.

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Movie night in Bryant Park!

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Through My Lens: Rachel

Rachel. Ahh, where to begin? Rachel has been one of my best friends since I was about 11. We’ve stayed friends through long distances and tough times, always maintaining the ability to make each other laugh. I love Rachel because she knows everything about me and still wants to be my best friend. I will never feel like a weirdo around her, because she is just as weird, if not weirder than I am.

Rachel and I have the most fun doing the stupidest things. We find so much entertainment from tapping strangers butts while passing through large crowds in NYC. We love making ugly faces in pictures and yelling random things out the windows of cars when passing pedestrians. Our activities continue to become more random and basic and yet we still find ourselves on the verge of peeing our pants in laughter nearly every time we hang out. ¬†She just gets me. And, even better, she finds me hilarious, which I will never understand, because I find her infinitely more funny than I could ever be. So, Rachel, here’s to you. Thank you for making every second I spend with you not only enjoyable, but hilarious. I love you in the most heterosexual way possible.