The next thing I knew I was kissing my little ones (and big ones) goodbye and I was on a plane to New York City! My previous post already detailed my reception by my beloved grand-dog. I think her mommy was quite happy to see her mom also. After getting my stuff in the building, Bella, Beth and I went walking. Beth showed me some places close to her apartment.
|Beth and Greg's apartment building|
|With Bella at a nearby park on the Hudson River|
Time got away from us and we had to really rush through dinner, which Beth cooked, in order to get to the show they had gotten us tickets to.
I loved it! One of my favorite things in the world to do is watch musicals. I rarely get a chance, so this was a neat treat for me.
After the musical, we walked through Times Square and down to Greg's office. We then sat in a park and people watched.
The next morning, I got to sleep in. All four of us slept until 10! I can't remember the last time I slept uninterrupted until 10! Boy did that feel great! I was ready to greet the day. I love to people watch and see how people "do life". I got lots of chances to do just that.
|Street flea market|
|Not really sure where we were?|
|These apartments are dated pre-civil war and sell for an astronomical amount of money!|
|Kurt Vile and Dawes|
Sunday brought a rushed brunch and then it was time for me to get to the airport. As usual, it was hard saying goodbye.
|Right before I left|
It's neat that now when I talk to Beth I have a mental picture of where she is. I just wish it didn't take a plane ride to get there!