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Another great visit to another great school. The Bronx has a certain reputation. Some of it deserved, some not so. In the middle of this slightly run down urban area is the beautiful campus of the New York Institute for Special Education (NYISE). The campus has over 170 students during the school year and runs a number of programmes. The programme I wanted to see was the Schermerhorn Programme, which is especially for young people with ...
... I'm in New York, in less than two days I'll be standing on Nepalese soil, in less than two weeks I'll be in India. Accomplishing a dream that's been brewing for 6 years; I'll be volunteering with the Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity in Kolkata(Calcutta) India.
Given all this information, I feel a strange mix of emotions: complete unawareness that this is happening to me and it isn't someone else's life, my trademark ...
... around the neighborhood of Chelsea. I like this area because it reminds me a little bit of Brooklyn. Once my feet started hurting I hopped on the subway to SoHo so I could get a pedicure. I can't begin to tell you what walking around in New York all day does to your feet. It was nice to get a little massage to soothe my achy soles. So I guess it ended up being a good day. I don't know what I will do tomorrow. I guess I will do whatever I want since I ...
... on a "wall of honor" as part of the exhibits. My grandmother asked me to help get the paperwork going to do this for her mothers. It was something that was very important to her and I always think of the fervor to assure that her name was included as a sign of how meaningful her story is to my family history. As our girls raced each other in search for the name "Nora Theresa Fallon Mahan" on the wall and ...
... to explore the city a bit to get some food and headed back on to the subway to a station we'd been at before that seemed relatively central. When we got above ground though there wasn't really anything around, so we had a bit of a look at the map and decided we'd head to my favourite place in the world, just down the road from where we were, Times Square! I was very pleased and Boylan enjoyed his first (I'm planning more!) look around the ludicrously brightly lit square. As it ...