Riverside Park on an almost spring afternoon
I'm happily listening to Audra McDonald singing "It Might As Well Be Spring" on You Tube. It is so close to spring that I can practically touch it. It's not quite there yet, but there are just a few patches of snow left, I don't need boots and my hat has been tucked into a drawer until next year. And did I mention that the sun is brightly shining?
I feel just about recovered from work siege of the week. This round of evening meetings are done, and I am only slightly worse for wear. I got home at 11:00 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday and 12:30 a.m. on Thursday. I'd scheduled a morning meeting on Friday -- I don't know what could I have been thinking -- and just about fell into bed with my clothes on last night.
But this is a new day. I've been to services, had lunch with a friend and gone to the post office. Now I'm listening to music and catching up with my blog friends. How sweet! I've missed reading blogs and posting and glad that I can I have some catch up time. Tonight I'm having dinner with my college roommate. We're going to see if we can sneak in a manicure, too. My cuticles are about to be declared a national emergency.
The picture is Riverside Park, which runs a good part of the length of the Upper West Side of Manhattan, along the Hudson River. I've got a few more pictures of my afternoon to share tomorrow.