Fulfilling his bucket list, helped us fill ours...
It seemed like a New York tradition, so we boarded a train to Coney Island to celebrate the 4th of July. We found Nathan's Original Hotdog stand where they were preparing for the annual Hotdog eating contest. We didn't actually see any of the contestants, so we ate some hotdogs ourselves, just to join in... Continue Reading →
“See that giant rabbit? Follow him!” We got on the C train and got off at 4th Street. We didn’t know where we were. We wandered around looking for the National Pillow Fight Day at Washington Square Park. We weren’t having much luck finding the Park and we were wandering all over the Village when... Continue Reading →
Spring has been trying to nudge out winter, but old Winter has been putting up a fight. Saturday it broke even with bright sunshine and cold wind. Not all we were hoping for, but too nice to miss. We donned our jackets and later wished we had brought scarves and gloves. We found two options... Continue Reading →
This week we celebrated National Puppy Day. Our plan was to celebrate it by hiking over to Saks and checking out their adoptables in the famous Saks windows. We made it as far as 6th Ave and ran into a parade. Like a dog spotting a squirrel we were off on a new adventure and... Continue Reading →
Somber. Saddening. Melancholy. Reverent, Anger. Awe. Fascination. Pride. All kinds of feelings run through your mind. I stood in the darkened corridors of the 9/11 Memorial and Museum. Hundreds of people wander through the hallways, some alone, some couples, families on a vacation, and some in groups with a guide offering narratives of displays. All... Continue Reading →