Sunday, July 5, 2009

Sunday in the Park with Buttercup...

The flowers at Columbus Circle

Columbus Circle fountains

Central Park

...and Monday on Wall Street. I spent a lovely summer 24 hours in two of my favorite places. Also managed to grocery shop, browse at Borders, go to physical therapy and go to work and go to a meeting downtown.

Tonight on Wall Street, facing Brooklyn

Two thoughts on blog comments -- love those comments! Please keep them coming.

Yes, a trip to Montana -- especially with a few folks near and dear to me is a great idea. Next summer???

Happy to feature my dining room table in a post to come. It would be fun to set it with some of my "treasures." I'd like to see some table treasures of my blog friends. We could call it "Table Talk Tuesday."

Thankfully my aunt is doing a little better and hugs and birthday wishes to dear Amy.

My next post is #100. Hurray! Thinking of a little giveaway to say thanks to all who stop by and visit.


LDH said...

Love all the pictures and catching up on your happenings :) Yea... 100 posts. Looking forward to many more!

Janet, said...

We live in two completely differently worlds, yet in the same great country. Enjoyed seeing NY! thanks for stopping by my blog and seeing mine.

blushing rose said...

Have you ever gone to the ABC Carpet company ... I love, love, LOVE that place. Enjoy reminescing. TTFN~ Marydon

k and c's mom said...

Central Park. It all just looks lovely. So glad that you take advantage of the richness of your surroundings!

Olde Dame Penniwig said...

I have seen pictures of New York before, but NEVER have I had a chance to see what I call a "heart's-eye" view, until I found yr bloggie! It's totally different from what I thought it was, so much more lively and REAL.

Chatty Crone said...

I'm with Olde Dame Penniwig - there is visiting and sight seeing New York and then there is the hearts-eye view. The real wonderful New York - may I tell you, I want to see for real myself one day!

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