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Category Archives: New York City
Coupla things. As horrible and devastating as SuperSandy was/is, it is good to remember how much worse it could have been. No major buildings collapsed. Nurses had to carry sick babies down nine flights of stairs while pumping air into … Continue reading
"We took Times Square today, 15,000 people or something. You know those news tickers they have out front of some of the buildings in Times Square? A great big cheer went up from the crowd when one ran the headline, 'OccupyWall Street protesters … Continue reading
#1 Son (called home late Saturday afternoon, giddy with excitement): Guess what I'm doing, Mom? Me: The possibilities are endless. You took a swim in the Hudson? #1: No, but you are close. We took the Brooklyn Bridge!* He was … Continue reading
I emailed #1 Son in NYC to see if he felt the earthquake. His reply: Yeah, we were on the eighth floor of the pediatrics building, and it started swaying back and forth. We all thought of terrorist attacks or … Continue reading
Yes, we are in Wyoming on vacation. Bullet post seems appropriate. We got a late start. Mechanic didn't deliver mini-mini-motorhome (Rebuild transmission! Make a/c work!) until the day we were supposed to leave. . A number of things remained for … Continue reading
The interior of Knitty City, LYS of Kay Gardiner. Not only do they have lots of yummy yarn, they give great bag. In my bag were the following delights: Two skeins of Koigu KPPPM in the imaginatively named 720, destined … Continue reading
It was raining when we left Minneapolis. But not in New York. On Friday we met up with Andrew when he got off work. Andrew is eating pizza we brought him, left over from our own snack.He actually looks vaguely … Continue reading
Gospel brunch @ Sylvia's Soul Food. There is no point in traveling if one doesn't take advantage of that which one cannot find at home. And you better believe that soul food restaurants are extremely rare in Polk County, Wisconsin.