Memoirs of a Princess Pupcicle: Sweet Jesus!

Being a Big Dog in a Big City, Addy gets a wide variety of reactions when we are out and about.  It’s usually fear.  Mostly people try to disguise it, usually pretending there is a reason to suddenly cross the street.  However, sometimes, it’s blatantly obvious. Several years ago I worked for a shall-not-to-be-named coffee company.  During … Continue reading Memoirs of a Princess Pupcicle: Sweet Jesus!

July 4, 1776

We, therefore, the Representatives of the united States of America, in General Congress, Assembled, appealing to the Supreme Judge of the world for the rectitude of our intentions, do, in the Name, and by Authority of the good People of these Colonies, solemnly publish and declare, That these United Colonies are, and of Right ought … Continue reading July 4, 1776

Evening View

This evening is the best kind of evening to be on the ferry:  the windows are open; there’s a cool breeze gently pushing away the heat of the day; and there aren’t too many tourists blocking the view.  It is in this very moment–a bubble of 25 minutes that many perceive to be mundane–that I … Continue reading Evening View

Street Fair

Originally posted on Shezza Speak!:
I completely love the randomness of New York City.  You start out your day running some errands, just enjoying the absolute gorgeous spring day.  Suddenly you turn the corner to head to the grocery store–and you walk smack dab in the middle of a street fair.  Since it’s about lunchtime, you do… Continue reading Street Fair