NYC, Sunday morning…

We went for a walk in Central Park for the last morning of my visit. It was foggy and gray, but not quite as cold. Jeff waited here for me, near a famous park fountain, while I took the photos that follow. This is Jeff, waiting patiently…


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These alcove vignettes on the walls around the stairs were amazing. Each was different and I had to stop myself from photographing them all. 


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Remember, you can click on these photos to open them bigger. The next one is so full of design ideas that you might want to do that. Can you see applique?


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I don’t know that I have ever seen a witch on a broomstick in this sort of space. I didn’t even see the jack o’ lanterns until I was cropping the photo. 


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All in all, these reminded us all of Harry Potter.


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We walked through a group of farmers’ market stalls on the west side of the park. I like this sign and wish I could have taken those extra signs off for the photo. Oh, well, Jeff would have given me that look and then walked away…


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I took more manhole covers. Jeff was almost enthusiastic – just one foot’s worth.


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This guy was sitting with his dog outside of the coffee shop we stopped at. I am not a dog person but this dog gave me a look that I would expect from a person. You could tell that he was thinking behind those eyes. I could love this dog. The guy is grinning because I asked if I could take the photo. 


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I didn’t quite catch him looking at me in the photo, but I think you can see what I mean. And he’s wearing a hoodie with a skull and crossbones on the back. I love this dog.


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We went to one more holiday fair on the SW corner of the park and shopped a little bit more – I finally found something (spices!) for Steve – and then it was time to pack up and head to the airport. Jeff went with me on the subway as far as the airport (such a good boy) and now I’m on the plane home. It’s amazing how much fun it is to be connected to the web on the plane! 

It was such a great visit. I am truly blessed to have such good boys!

2 thoughts on “NYC, Sunday morning…

  1. Seriously you are making me miss my holidays already! I have just returned from my trip of a lifetime to Houston Quilt fair followed by 10 days in NYC. We stayed just down from Columbus Circle on 57th street. I LOVE THAT PLACE!!!!!
    If only it didnt take me almost 24 hours to get there…….sigh.

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  2. “Possibly” (fingers crossed) will make a day trip to NYC from my sister’s in Pa over Christmas. Have not been there in over 25 years, and have never been to Central Park. Sidebar: love the Kate Spain Central Park fabric line.
    My daughter’s Boxer sometimes gives me a look, that I swear, is my mother!!!!

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