Someone asked me if Paul and I had managed to keep our pledge to do at least one unique New York event every month. We have actually been pretty true to our commitment to take advantage of all the city has to offer. Last night we walked along the Hudson River on the greenway----you can't do that just anywhere. In the last few months we have attended a couple of Broadway shows, supported the Red Sox at Yankee Stadium, I hosted several women for lunch including an artist who goes by the name of "ultra violet/Isabelle Dufresne" (google her sometime, she is fascinating; and I could only have met her in NYC), visited Grand Central Station for it's 100th anniversary, took three of our grandsons to the American History Museum, shopped at the Brooklyn Flea Market, taken advantage of riding the Carousel in Central Park several times,
Monday, June 10, 2013
I am not sure the photo is clear enough to give you the feeling of what we saw on one of the first nice days of spring. This is Memorial Day weekend 2013 and after a rather harsh winter and many rainy spring days, we had a beautiful day in the city. You can tell everyone had spring fever and cabin fever because they were sitting toe to toe in Sheep's Meadow on this first really beautiful day of Spring.