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Tag Archives: the kindness of strangers
I lost my phone. OMG You would have thought it was my mind, and it was, for 15 minutes. Where were you…retrace your steps, and as you travel backwards, look down in case it’s lying on the sidewalk like a … Continue reading
I’m a firm believer that things are put in front of you for a reason. I’ve been having a challenging time as of late, mostly pertaining to my hearing loss. So when I encountered a man who could neither hear … Continue reading
I was coming back from a job during rush hour on the L train, a line I never take. There I was, squashed, in-between a woman with 8 shopping bags, and a young kid whose backpack was practically smothering me. … Continue reading
When you’re my age, you do try to play your birthday down, but sometimes there’s an unexpected sniper shooting, with candles. I’m in Panera at 6 a.m. on a normal Saturday sprawled in my favorite back booth when suddenly four … Continue reading
Whenever I see anyone cry, I stop. I can’t help it. A person in that much apparent distress deserves a kind word. Today was a hard one for me. It began being the twenty-first anniversary of my friend Bill’s passing … Continue reading
Yesterday I was complaining of her sassy attitude, but Ms Manhattan showed me her other side. I had to be in lower Manhattan at 6 a.m near street names foreign to me: Erricson, Beach, Vestry all of which were not … Continue reading