And now, the final installment of one girl’s dramatic adventure of crossing New York City.
This young lady was on the escalator down into the bowels of the subway, looking rather put out about life. But what a pity, because . . .
There are many stores down in the subway station that sell CANDY!
And if you don’t want candy, you can buy flowers in the subway station.
You might get some new fashion ideas, like wearing fabulous silver shoes.
Or you might get some helpful advice. Whoremongers, you have officially been warned.
These mosaic ladies certainly seem to be enjoying themselves on the walls of the subway.
And then, I reach my destination, Port Authority, for a bus back to the Garden State, all too soon. Thanks for joining me!
Writing Prompt: Where did you journey today? Or, if you prefer, In Defense of Whoremongering.
And now, may I present more photographs of the city that never sleeps, especially not at 5:00 pm.
Spools of thread in a dry cleaner’s shop on Third Avenue., NYC.
Friendly New York pizza man tosses me a wave as he prepares to toss a pizza.
Iconic yellow NY taxicab
I, however, am too cheap to take a taxi at rush hour. And since it’s raining, I’m too lazy to walk all the way to Eighth Avenue. So hello, Subway.
I know I made the right choice, because I got to see the magical man of gold.
More to come! In the meantime. . .
Writing Prompt: What’s the most magical thing you saw today?
Did you ever notice how many blogposts use the word “insane”? I definitely want a piece of that action! Anyway, I went to Le Grande Pomme today to go see another damn doctor. This one is so far on the East Side that I swear to the great Goddess I was halfway into Queens. So I thought I would share the ramble with you, because New York is just fabulous piled on insanely fabulous, even when it’s cold, rainy and getting dark.
chairs outside a barber shop in NYC.
Barber shop, NYC
bike rider in the rain, NYC
Shoe fixing shop. NYC
More insanity to come!
Writing Prompt: What impression did you get of NY from these pictures? What do you think of New York in general?