…… or maybe there and here.
Sometimes it’s hard to keep up.
I’ve been back in NY for a week now. I missed the big snow storm. Unfortunately.
But a week later, there were still signs of it.
I wonder if that car owner died or is just under the impression that another blizzard is imminent in 56 degree weather, so there’s no point in moving it?
Actually, we did get snow yesterday. I was excited.
And then the sun came out.
Last Sunday my friend Jeni and I drove to Tod’s Point in Greenwich, CT to go hike with the dogs.
She drove the 60+ minutes while I played the role of dog bed.
If you’ve never heard of Tod’s Point here’s a map:
If you’re not interested in doing a treasure hunt, here’s another map:
See how much work and research I do for you guys? Just to keep you entertained and “in the know”.
Here are a bunch of pics from that day.
On a clear day you can see Manhattan from here:
You should be very proud of me. For once I didn’t do the opposite of what a sign said.
OK, maybe not just for once. But for far fewer times than I should’ve.
This is the reason that I’ll never own a yacht. Well …… there are really about 20 reasons, but this could be in the top five.
I’ll never own a blow dryer large enough to shrink wrap the boat. Seriously, where do you keep those things when you live in a NY apartment?!
This is just an example of the small beach houses we saw around there. Only this one is on its own island. It’s a tough life.
I saw this on the way back to the city.
I have no other words.
Well, that’s not true. I have a TON of other words but since this isn’t a political blog (yet), I’ll keep them to myself.
I saw a couple of shows this past week. Both were good.
My friend Beth came into town for a couple of days …… smack dab in the middle of the week.
Gracie was pretty excited while she waited for her.
We saw “Finding Neverland” Wednesday afternoon and then on Thursday we went to see Meredith Vieira.
Meredith is very nice and spent time afterwards taking pictures with the audience.
If you’re totally bored on Leap Day (Feb 29th) you might catch Beth and me on the show.
And I may or may not have signed up for three more tapings for next week.
Gracie Lou went to the groomer on Thursday.
She now goes right into the room where all the dogs are wandering around without even a backwards glance at me.
She walks in, lies on her back and rolls over and over, evidently for the enjoyment of the other, larger dogs.
Yesterday I went to see George in “Hail, Caesar”.
It was a weird, but funny movie.
Of course it was. It’s by the Coen brothers.
The worst thing I can say about it is that George didn’t have enough screen time.
I would’ve enjoyed another hour or so of staring at his legs in that short Roman skirt.
So that’s it.
Gracie and I are lazing around on this gorgeous Saturday. We may head to the Park in a bit.
Or maybe we’ll just stay in our pj’s and watch a couple of movies.