Monday, December 20, 2010

It's Christmas Time in the City, 2010 (2)

Broad Street, in front of the Stock Exchange

I seem to be doing a lot of running around the city these days and this afternoon I was downtown for a meeting. Had dinner with friends and spent a little while browsing at Border's...a very pleasant evening. On my way to the subway I was walking on Wall Street and from the intersection of Broad and Wall, the original boundary for New Amsterdam, I saw this beautiful tree decorated for Christmas. It took me totally by wonderful surprise. 

Hope your days are bringing you unexpected joys and pleasures!

8 comments:

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

That certainly is another beautiful picture of your part of the world. I hope your days are merry and bright!

Grammy Staffy said...

Dear Buttercup,
Thank you much for stopping by my blog and leaving me a comment. I am so glad that you did because it led me to your blog.... and now I have been able to enjoy this wonderful trip to New York through your last 3 posts.

When our son lived in Stamford we would fly into JFK. During our visit to Connecticut we would always take time to spend a day in NYC. It was a special time for me. I love NYC. I have been there at Thanksgiving. I saw them light the big tree at Times Square but I have never been there at Christmas.... until today..through your blog. Thank you for this lovely trip through your beautiful pictures.
I wish that I could go to tea with you next year in that beautiful hotel. It makes me feel like "upper class" just thinking about it. I've never been a guest at the Waldorf but I can dream.

I hope that you will come back and visit my post again. I enjoy making new blog friends.... and I love getting your comments.

Have a wonderful Christmas

Country Dreaming said...

Have really enjoyed the city pics--they are great to look at! It's always fun to see where everyone lives.

Happy Wednesday!

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Good Morning Buttercup Sweetie...
Oh my gosh, how breathtakingly beautiful this photo is. I know I will never get to New York, so this blessing of love from the lens of your camera is tickling me to pieces. I thank you truly from the bottom of my heart.

Thank you sweet friend for the wonderful friendship we have formed through our blogs. I cherish your heart that you have shared with me each and every day when you post. We had so much fun meeting in MD. What a treasure that I will always carry in my heart. I hope when I come home in the Spring that you will be able to come back. (Tony is coming with me this time.) It may be late Spring, early Summer, we aren't sure yet. I do KNOW that we are coming though.

Many hugs to you sweetie. I so love you. Merry CHRISTmas and much love, Sherry

Barbara Blundell said...

HI Buttercup,
Loved the pics of New York. Hear so much about it .Looks fantastic especially the Waldorf. Hope you enjoy your treat there !

Shelly said...

Hi Sweetie!

Thank you SO much for stopping by my blog and leaving your lovely comment! I'm so glad that I have had a chance to get to know YOU a bit this year TOO! What a Wonder this Blog stuff is! I just LOVE making friends all over!

Someday, I hope to Visit NYC,,,I have a dear friends Daughter there (Dani, in the Wedding post I did a couple days ago!) I'd love to come and visit! Or,,,,maybe you'll make it out "here" to Washington State someday! Always have a Bed or at least a Couch! HA,,,,you've gotta put up with my "Zoo" though!

Have a Wonderful Christmas,,,and Best Wishes for the New Year my new friend!

Hugs,Love and a "Bus"
Shell

accidental carer said...

Have a wonderful Christmas and hope to see you in 2012. Warmest wishes xxxxxxxxxxxxx

Pam said...

Beautiful pic! Here's wishing you a very Merry Christmas!