This is the scene I've passed every day for the past two weeks whenever I enter or exit my office building. Working next to Radio City Music Hall, it's no wonder that I've walked home whistling It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas literally every single day. Today was special, however, because it's the first time I've seen the tree illuminated. While the neon is lit year-round and the wreaths and garlands have been glowing for weeks, the massive cone atop the marquee has remained dark until now. It was a pleasant and breathtaking surprise to leave work today and see the Christmas tree in its full glory, shimmering with a thousand points of constantly-changing colored lights. Every day, I see city workers up in treetops adding more strands of lights to the city's shrubbery and makes me excited to see the final effect when it all finally comes together.
|A close up on the Radio City Music Hall tree topper.|
|I kept Kayla amused today by letting her play games on my cell phone.|