the view from inside the house. Which was buitl in th early 1900s. Lots of leaded glass. quite beautiful.We saw the full harvet moon last night over the Thames quite beautiful. When Peter loads the pictures I will include one in my blog.
We went to Kew Gardens today to see the bee’s nest. extraordiary.
Here is all of us in Richmond park! Also a nice picture from the new house.
It is hard being overseas at this time. It is not clear what will happen in the USA. We miss MSNBC and Rachelle Maddow. And even Bill Maher as well as the NYT. Here in Eng. People are not excited about what is happening in our election.
DJT is outrageous. And can’t become president. 5 of us inthishousehold have applied for absentee ballots. There is also an organization called London for Hillary. Perhaps make some calls. I will try to join it after the weekend.
I have known that sugar is hazardous for one’s health since the days of Carlton Frediericks. Who I listened to on the radio in the early 50’s until he died of lung cancer he was a smoker and I also read Yudkun about the dangers of sugars. But to this day I cannot resist sweets. Peter and I are under a great deal of stress while waiting for his visa to arrive so that we can go to Great Britain. This situation has resulted in out of control eating. One thing that has been accomplished Peter has reduced his cola consumption in favor of kambucha. But I cannot stop with the sweets. I put the ice cream back in the freezer at the supermaket a few days ago. But bought cookies instead. Knowing is not doing. http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2016/09/28/sugar-industry-research-manipulation.aspxwho I read daily today had another article on the hazards of sugar. So I start afresh today. No sugar, some fasting and better food choices.
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Peter is here with me getting me ready to emmigrate to Gr. Br. So we used these weeks going all around NYC. Starting with
1. The Cloisters
2. NY Bot Gardens
4. High LIne Whitney Museum
3. Met Museum Breuer Mus
4. Cooper Hewitt Museum
5. Theatre Jesse Tyler Ferguson and dinner at Juniors
6. Peter Tunney Gallery on Franklyn St. TriBeca “Don’t Panic”
7. 8/4 Noguchi Museum & Socratese Park LIC
8. World Trade complex
9. Tenement Museum -Odessa lunch. Bklyn Bridge Park &
Prominade Tutt Restaurant
10 US OpenCenter free qualifying matches
11. Murray 1st round
12 9/2-4 Kripalu – Lenox Mass.
13 Louis Armstrong House Corona
14 Gateway National Park Reserve
Doctor’sappointments – Internist Dr. Grobman
Dr. Long Orthopedist MRI Knee 9/11 Peter to Toronto via Buffalo
Dr Rath Dermatologist
Dr Ragussa cleaning for me and Peter.((9/21 -22)
(/10 dinner with Costa Rica friends at Oneness
9/21 Colombian Restaurant in JH with Linda Geiger
9/22 Kyquit Rockerfeller Estate
9/23 Diner with the Ottmans
9/24 Bong autumn solstice with Renee Drygg On way home search for bubble tea and also get Peter some White Castle burgers.
9/25 Walk to Downtown Flushing Eat at Dumpling Galaxy Bus home
9/26 ATe at BKNY and watched debate with Renee Drygg at our house
9/27 Mets game 17 to 0 Wow.
9/29 Roosevent Is. Four Frredoms park
9/29 Modern Art Museum and Uniqulo 53rd St. NYC
9/30 Uniqulo Flushing
Overall doing lots of walking On the beach, in Flushing, on Roosevelt Island, Jackson Heights. And tons of eating. No weight gain yet!
PS: Still waiting for Peter’s Visa to be able to go overseas. Got a tracking # for Visa. Should arrive shortly. May be on our way soon.
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Peter and I went to the US Open tennis center last night to watch Andy Murray and Serena Williams win. Getting to our seats was a challenge. No one who seemed to be employed by the US OPEN knew where to direct us. Even the elevator operator left us at the wrong section and floor. I t was the first day of the night matches. That may be an excuse for the lack of assistance. The new Arthur Ash Stadium with the roof retracted was quite nice. No airplanes overhead. We go to Kirpalu on Labor Day weekend for an unwinding. It has been a busy whirlwind exploration of NYC. What a great city.