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Harlem

Got out from the subway on
125th and Lex, walked up a
block, and turned the corner,
but not before I noticed that
the Golden Crust was plastered… 198 more words

Travel

A Gluten Free New York City

On a recent trip to NYC I was determined to visit, take pictures and review some gluten free cafes and restaurants to make it that little easier for those travelling there who are Coeliac. 707 more words

Glutenfree

A NYC Moment

A few years ago, I arrived at the quiet spot I had claimed as my writing space when we lived in Forest Hills, Queens. A man was painting. 136 more words

Travel

A Day in New York City - Summer Series

The jet skiers soared high over the waves barely missing the stern of the speedy ferry arriving at the dock. Warm summer evenings in DUMBO, Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass, can be quite entertaining as well as breathtaking and scenic. 546 more words

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Back to Writing

Hello there!

I just wanted to take the time to come on here and say that I have decided to get back to writing. Last year I did a few blog post about how I wanted to write a book and about starting that process. 124 more words

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REVEALED: My Secret Workout Weapon

As I’m sure you’ve noticed by now, ya girl loves to work out. I’m always looking to try the best, newest studios in NYC, but post is actually about a studio and that, in my opinion, has been flying under the radar for a while… Until recently! 1,038 more words

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It Would Have Been Nice

MaybeI would like to go on a date for once, Julia thought as she brushed her auburn hair to one side, experimenting. It had been quite some time since she went out with a man, at least since she was twenty-four and in college.  2,107 more words

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