Holiday Inn Danbury-Bethel At I-84
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... Taylor writes:
"I’VE TOLD YOU MY STORIES FOR YEARS NOW. SOME HAVE BEEN ABOUT COMING OF AGE. SOME HAVE BEEN ABOUT COMING UNDONE. THIS IS A STORY ABOUT COMING INTO YOUR OWN, AND AS A RESULT… COMING ALIVE."
And i think that's exactly right; that's exactly how this song feels. A story about growing as a person and coming alive.
My relation to this song and its writer made me realize that this connection ...
Sleeping late and a relaxing breakfast.
A late European lunch at Baccho, a local Italian eatery.
A walk at a local reservation to enjoy fall foliage.
Dinner "in" – punctuated with desserts from the Lower East Side.
A pleasant day with Paul and Harriet.
Tomorrow – we continue our drive south…
... very picturesque towns, we noticed that the brakes weren't functioning properly. Carol was driving and had to almost stand up to make big Mo (our name for the motorhome) stop. There were lots of hills, small streets and stop signs, so the brakes were being used a lot.
Fortunately, we found a mall with a big parking lot, and drove in so that Fred could test the brakes and make sure it wasn't just ...
The weather was cooler today which made the walk across the Brooklyn bridge back into Manhattan easier for all and then a bit of a wander in the Financial district before getting in the car and heading off to watch the NY Yankees play the Minnesota Twins.
A drive through Spanish Harlem and Harlem before getting to the Bronx and the new Yankee Stadium. The ...
... began to play again and I said goodbye to go boogie.
The concert was fun. I would say there were only around 50 people there. Very intimate. One of my favorite artists, playing a small venue at a new club. It was like a dream. I danced all night. The show ended about midnight and I made my way back to the van. I was exhausted, but had trouble falling asleep. There were lots of noises from the city. Truck deliveries, racing cars, spinning out. At one point I actually ...