Monthly Archives: November 2014

REASONS TO BE CHEERFUL

I missed posting last Tuesday because I had to work; I got a week’s worth of work at my friend Tommy’s building. I don’t particularly like the job, but since my unemployment just ran out I couldn’t really say no. … Continue reading

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ANOTHER PART OF THE ISLAND

The other night I did my friend Joyce a favor and traveled down most of Manhattan from my home on 152nd Street to Wooster and Broome to take down the garbage for her elderly parents. Joyce was working in upstate … Continue reading

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STEAM HEAT

When we moved in to this apartment a little over a month ago we had a few cold days but the heat hadn’t been turned on yet. We kept all the windows closed. One of the first things I noticed … Continue reading

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WRONG EXIT TO HARLEM

Like I said in my last post on Thursday I mad a stupid mistake in the wake of successfully completing a job last Wednesday. This is a typical New York cab ride story, or maybe not so typical. Wednesday I … Continue reading

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BUSY, BUSY, BUSY

I’m missed Tuesday again this week, for those of you who are paying attention, (or not paying attention) but last week I blew off a second post altogether. At least I’m catching up today, Thursday. And no, I’ve not become … Continue reading

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THE LAND OF HILLS AND CHURCHES

Exactly a month ago Danusia and I moved from Williamsburg Brooklyn to Hamilton Heights, Manhattan. The neighborhoods are worlds apart, but they each have their own interesting character. That’s what makes New York such a great place to live, you … Continue reading

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ACROSS THE SEA TO WONDERLAND

It was actually across the New York harbor, but that’s as close to the sea as I can get without a VERY long subway ride. The ride from 155th Street to Fulton Street on the C train was long enough. … Continue reading

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