Tag Archives: New York City

Notes from a reawakening city

I’m still on the prowl for big boxes of tissue, so went out to find them. I found even more. My lovely framing place, a small storefront, has re-opened. I’m so glad. And a nearby veterinarian has opened again, with … Continue reading

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Notes from a plague town: there is noise

Yes. Yesterday morning I awoke to something I could not immediately identify. (I’m slow in the morning.) Yet something was different. It was noise. Outside in the street, noise. Given its continuity, I determined it was construction noise. Construction. I … Continue reading

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So what’s doing in New York?

Phone conversations with friends, for one. When we check up on each other, naturally we want to share news about what we’re doing. We’re not doing much. Laundry. We’re doing more laundry than usual. One friend said, “It’s something to … Continue reading

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