Here’s what Connie sent – written in her words.
Here we go again – church at St. Patrick’s – always inspirational. The music was great, you would have loved it and in that huge space —- anyway, the church was packed….standing room only, luckily we got a seat at one of the side alters.
Next we crossed the street to Rockefeller square and the Christmas tree. I tried to give you an idea of how crowded it was…everywhere people and their cell phones.
(Connie told me not to use this picture but I wanted to see the ice skating rink – sorry, Connie.)
Next to Gotham Quilts — I’m always surprised when we can find an actual store we were looking for!
Only modern fabrics for sale and also sewing machines. Here are the fat quarters I bought.
Dan and Serena in a coffee shop – it is still nice enough to sit outdoors.
Today Dan and Serena are off to work so Roy and I are off to Central Park, an exhibit on Michal Angelo and whatever mischief we can come up with. I sure miss Hope! Loads of dogs everywhere — along with people and cell phones – ha!
Thanks, Connie, for a glimpse into the Big Apple – looks like you’re having a great time. Hope misses you for sure – she hardly wants to eat! See you tomorrow.