Tag Archives: New York City

Occupied in Spirit

While this week, as those occupied have been evicted from camping at Zuccotti Park reassembled to march across the Brooklyn Bridge in protest their weeks of protest are now counted in months. They have grown in number of supporters not … Continue reading

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Reflecting: Unemployment w/o Regret

As my state of unemployment comes to an end, I am filled with feelings of success and failure when looking back at what I’ve accomplish and what I might construe as waisted time. Education: Returning to college to complete my … Continue reading

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Hope

I’m an hour and fifteen minutes Northwest of Midtown Manhattan, instead of thirty-five minutes from the east, yet, I find reason to travel more into the city now than ever before. Isolated as I am in the land of unemployment … Continue reading

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Blogging Into Spring

How can it be that I have too much time on my hands and at the same time: not enough. I spent the morning catching up on blogs that I subscribe to, reading daily posts and even their writings from … Continue reading

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Wrapped in Momma’s Love

Sarah knocked on the bedroom door this morning to say her good-byes. There, in the doorway she stood with her new scarf wrapped around her neck and a big smile on her face. She is having breakfast as planned with … Continue reading

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Butterfly and the Brain

The American Museum of Natural History is running two special exhibits that intrigued both, Sarah and I. The Butterfly exhibit, although it took all of 15 minutes, was beyond my expectations. We entered into a tropical world, warm and damp, … Continue reading

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NYC with My Girl

It may seem as if I had our day in NYC scheduled to the max. I did and I didn’t. Sarah and I had made reservations to attend a Barbara Taylor Bradford lecture at Hunter College a month ago. I … Continue reading

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