Saturday, December 13, 2008

It's beginning to look a lot like ...

Well, more like FEEL like winter. The chill has hit the fan here in NYC. We had a couple of weird weather days last week, when it was actually in the 50s and 60s, but no more. Today's windchill brings it down into the teens.

More power to him, Jeff keeps riding his bike to work (and often takes a lap around Central Park on his way there). Any day it isn't raining or snowing, he's out there, braving the elements. Almost like the postal service.

As for Mary, she trudges along on some lengthy walks, bundled up and trying to ignore the fact that gradually she can't feel her legs anymore. (It may soon be time to bring out the long underwear.) On the weekends, Van Cortlandt Park and the neighborhood of Fieldston are her stomping grounds.

The big news over the coming few days: Prepping for our party next Saturday night, which we hope will be great fun for everyone who attends. Hope they don't mind being squished into a tiny space. :-) And next Sunday, the 21st, Rachel comes home from Paris! Big plans ensue, with a possible Christmas Eve party at a friend's, a family celebration on the 25th, "Equus" on Broadway (with Daniel Radcliffe, aka Harry Potter) on the 26th, and Rachel's friend Katelyn arriving in NYC on the 27th.

Whew! Can't wait!

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