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Coco MoCA.

We wandered into the Coco MoCA (aka The Museum of Conan Art) during Snowtober and it was a blast. As much of a blast as an art exhibit at the Shops at Columbus Circle can be. No I take that … Continue reading

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snowtober.

Snowtober came out of nowhere. I was on the phone with my dad discussing his latest PT visit and asking if he’d done his breathing exercises yet that morning when he asked about the snow. I told him there was … Continue reading

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thank you friday: snowtober, fall, brooklyn bridge, Coco, phone calls with dad.

Maybe this Thank You Friday thing will be bi-monthly thing? We’ll see. October is my favorite month ever (although November isn’t looking bad either). The cooler air starts wafting in and the colors start changing. People get festive and start … Continue reading

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March snow.

As I stood in line a few weeks ago at Magnolia Bakery to pick up some birthday treats for Paul, I found myself in conversation with a local about the weather and how spring-like it was already feeling. I told … Continue reading

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Previewing Spring.

Last week I had a  panicked moment as I was getting ready to go to work. The weatherman on my morning news show said it was 51 degrees out – at 7:30 in the morning!!! Now I can dress for … Continue reading

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With a shovel and a plow

So, on the heels of yesterday’s snow and today’s aftermath I’ve been noticing some of the things that are unique to this type of weather…

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Sometimes the subway conductor yells at us…

Normally, a pre-recorded male voice comes over the speaker and instructs passengers to Stand clear of the closing doors please (and perhaps this is only an option in certain train models) but the conductor can still give his or her … Continue reading

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