Friday, November 30, 2007

A pretty tree ... and our last night in Union City (probably!)


This is a photo of a lovely tree across from Mary's office on Broadway and 112th Street. Isn't it wonderful how it goes from green all the way to dark red? Gorgeous.

This is (probably!) our last night in Union City, NJ. We have rented a little passenger van for the weekend to move the smaller stuff to our new place in the Bronx. The actual movers are coming here Monday to take our sofa, bedroom furniture, and some boxes.


So if all goes according to plan, this will be our last night here. Lucky for us, the view is terrific this evening: clear skies, sparkling lights. Speaking of sparkling lights, the city is already beginning to deck its halls for the holidays. After we move in, we're going to take a few evening tours of the boulevards--and we'll take photos of all the festivities.


Our holiday concert will be the New York Philharmonic performing Handel's Messiah. Looking forward to it. Rachel will be joining us, too: Hallelujah!

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