Greetings from the East Village of New York City, where will spend five months in the city before returning home to Washington State. If all goes as planned, we will do this each year.
Life in NYC will give us easy access to our daughter, who lives in Queens. Plus, it’s a short direct flight with no time zone changes back to Miami, where our son lives (I took last week off from blogging while we were there celebrating his wedding). I know, I know, we’re spread out about as far as we can be!
While enjoying the many creative offerings of the city, I’ll also finish up What She Knew in preparation for a late March release. Stay tuned for upcoming giveaways! I also plan to draft Factory Girl in November for NaNoWriMo.
The next several blog posts will likely be filled with our latest adventures as we explore the City that Never Sleeps!
Take care, and I’ll write more next week after we’re settled in.
New York – wonderful! Look forward to the updates – and hope the wedding was great.
It was. We all had a wonderful time. Our son’s twin sister gets married next June, so we’re moving on to planning a different wedding!
Ahhhhh… the Adventures begin!! This will be an interesting year. I wonder if you will feel like a split personality when you arrive back here in Washington? Have fun!! I look forward to hearing more!
I think I’ve always felt like a split personality. Now I just get to live it! I’m at home in a rural area with my garden, but I also love the city.
Sounds like great fun.
We’re so excited! I can’t believe we get to do this.
Wow, talk about extremes! I don’t know if I could actually LIVE in NYC. I love to visit, but just am not much of a big city girl. Went to college in Miami and that was enough of that big city for a life time! Now Paris…? I might have to just knuckle down if that opportunity ever arose!! Thanks for commenting on my blog!!! And good luck with the writing! Not doing NaNo this year…
Yes, I’m definitely hitting two extremes, the huge and the tiny! We’re loving it so far, and it’s going to make some great fodder for blog posts.
See you on your blog!