Until next week ... kisses
Here we are, in the merry merry month of May. This month is the time we celebrate our mothers, May graduates and all of those who have served and died for our country as members of the military. Memorial Day is also a good time to recognize the cost of war.
A torrential rainstorm one day a week and trees are in full bloom—and so is my hay fever.
Lest we ever forget, the Hon. Thurgood Marshall, the first African-American to serve on the United States Supreme Court and one of the most effective civil rights crusaders of the 20th century, will be recognized on Thurgood Marshall Law Day 2017.
Easter and Passover officially mark the beginning of spring and so do the pear blossom trees that are beginning to bloom along Lenox Avenue. The warm, sunny days don’t hurt either.
Put your boots on, baby! It’s going to be a wet one! Additionally, the Shamanic forecast says April is going to be a month of high highs and low lows.
We are getting there, slowly but surely. The month of March was in true form this year with the temperatures going up, down, up, down, up, down.
Snow and cold, go along your merry way. Spring is in the wings. Eating wings and then some were more than 150 people who attended the annual Sunday Supper held at the restaurant Daniel.
OMG! Applebee’s located on the corner of 125th Street and Fifth Avenue lost their lease and are now officially closed.
The March winds have already blown in a beautiful clear night, allowing for a full range of stars to become visible to the naked eye.
The Thursday, Feb. 23, edition of Crain’s New York Business magazine featured an article written by Tom Acitelli titled, “NYPD to Defy Trump on Expanded Deportation Policy.”