Yesterday, between the Union Square AT&T (where I picked up a new iPhone) and
Mayson Kayser, where Tom and I stopped for a leisurely bite to eat, it occurred to me that New York – especially on a misty fall afternoon – was a magical place to be, and that my time here was limited. Continue reading “New York, Revisited from New York” →
I’ve spent New Year’s Eve in many cities: Taipei, London, Tokyo, and now Bangkok.
I’m probably forgetting a few others, but my memory doesn’t go back that far, except to two eventful NYEs I spent in Villa Park, CA.
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As you can tell from the photo above, yesterday’s ride to our anniversary dinner was filled with mutual love and romance.
It almost didn’t happen that way because we were running late and I couldn’t decide what to wear.
Continue reading “Thom’s Thursday Thoughts on Anniversaries” →
Life is like a box of doughnuts.
On Saturday, Tom and I brunched just the two of us at
Narcissa, one of New York’s prettiest restaurants in my opinion. On the way to our table, we passed a glass case of tiny doughnuts and I felt I had to have at least one. Continue reading “Life is Like a Box of Doughnuts” →
If you’re the type of traveler who gets to a place and hits the ground running with a checklist of things to see and do, we are probably not a great resource.
Continue reading “How to Waste 3 Perfectly Good Days in London” →
Tom peruses the menu at Il Grappola Blu.
Though we are back in New York, this week’s thoughts will be carried over from last week, when we were in Italy.
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Thom standing in front of Lord’s Cricket Ground, where he hopes to watch a match one day with a “cask-cold” pint in hand.
Thom doesn’t think I should blog on vacation, but I reminded him that recording his thoughts and delivering them to everyone was important work. Like an unpaid internship.
Continue reading “Thom’s Thursday Thoughts on London” →