Thursday, September 8, 2011

My Trip to the U.S. Open in New York City!

In front of my favorite dessert place in NYC. 

Frozen hot chocolate the size of my face? Yes, please!

Rehearsing 30 minutes before the performance. True, we could have been a little more prepared...

Back stage in the Artist Lounge with our own private chocolate churros and vegetable kabobs.

The red carpet where I was born to be. Joking. Joking. I did meet Billie Jean King here though.

And finally...the performance where all went well. It really felt good to be back on stage!

9 comments:

  1. Aw, looks like you guys had fun!

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  2. Serendipity's frozen hot chocolate is so good! Their regular food is pretty good too (even if they are known for their desserts).

    Just curious, what songs did you guys play on your setlist?

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  3. We played R.E.M's "Losing my Religion" and "I Won't Back Down" by Tom Petty. Just 2.

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  4. Finally, you played together again!

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  5. I love Serendipity 3, we've got one here in Las Vegas! My boyfriend and I actually found a tutorial and learned how to make frozen hot chocolate. Good stuff! And you ladies look gorgeous, glad you had a nice trip. :)

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  6. You have no idea how jealous I am of you and Jade for having a photo in front of "Serendipity"! I would die to have a photo there... not only because of the movie or anything...

    It looks like you had a lot of fun on this trip and I'm glad to see you guys were playing together again! Those desserts look so yummy...

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  7. Any chance there is a video out there of the performance? Would love to watch it.

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  8. Unfortunately, I don't think the event was taped, but we will be performing again tomorrow, and I'll try to get some footage of that.

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  9. Awww I was there last year for an award I got through my college tennis team senior year! I miss Jade! I haven't seen her in a long time!

    Meg, I don't know if you remember me but I won't forget the time you gave me a free ticket for one of your shows at the Alley back in the Vegas days. And when a drunk guy came up to you and I at the House of Blues and he thought you were Dia and I was you, and I was about to say something, but instead you went along with it.... I've admired yours, and Dia's, and even Jade's passion and hard work that you put into all of your dreams and always sticking with it and seeing your hardwork pay off! I'm so thankful I met Jade and thankful I meet you and Dia. Thank you for being inspirations just by being who you are! :)

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