New York, September 2017

Just to the south, Irma is about to unleash.

But New York was beautiful today.

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Sunlight glinted off the Hudson River (if only her camera battery hadn’t been exhausted)

Self kept busy by cris-crossing Manhattan: From Chelsea to Central Park to the Upper East Side, then to Columbus Circle, then to 2nd at 110th, then to Amsterdam, and finally back to Chelsea, using a combination of Lyft rides and taxis.

She had never ever been as far up 2nd Avenue as 110th. Self, you know nothing: Why did you think it would be seedy? Solely because your nephew owns a condo here (and he isn’t even 30).

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Tomorrow, more of the same. Having breakfast with friends in Le Pain Quotidien at 3 Park (meeting two librettist)Going to brother-in-law’s apartment in the evening.

Day after tomorrow, nephew’s wedding in the Central Park boathouse. Hope the weather holds.

Stay tuned, dear blog readers. Stay tuned.

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