Let's see. It's grey and rainy. We've stopped at a Dunkin' Donuts.
That can only mean one thing.
It is Springtime in the Northeastern Half of these United States.
We left the Western half of the States to attend a family wedding in Connecticut.
It was lovely.
I availed myself of the open bar and endless trays of hors d'oeuvres and generally carried on like someone who doesn't get out enough....because I DON'T. And because I like you, I will not subject you to those photos.
But this is a smattering of what we did see.
We were in Edward Hopper territory.
A pit stop at a diner is required.
Sailboats on Long Island Sound.
Now we're in Fitzgerald territory.
The trees at Caramoor are just starting to blossom.
I can just imagine Jay Gatsby and Jordan Baker strolling down this hallway at
We even got to escape into New York City to visit our old neighborhood.
Our apartment was the brown one.
Did you ever see the film "You've Got Mail"?
That was our neighborhood.
And when I lived there I looked EXACTLY like Meg Ryan. Yeah, that's right.
We took in Facades, the Bill Cunningham exhibit at the New-York Historical Society.
I love Bill Cunningham soooooooo much.
The restored Jose Maria Sert murals at Rockefeller Center are insanely wonderful.
Cocktails at the Algonquin Hotel where we celebrated OUR marriage 25 years ago.
That's Dorothy Parker in the hat. I do love Dorothy Parker. Check out these Dorothy Parker quotes HERE and you'll understand why I'm such a fan.
And it was STILL raining as we sloshed our way to the airport.