My first post was about Times Square, the center of the NYC universe for some visitors. Most people love the crowds and lights in the evening but "my time of day" (see Guys and Dolls Frank Loesser) for Times Square is early in the morning.
I took this picture of the Armed Forces Recruiting Center because many many years ago on the bus home from a healthy weekend (near vegetarian food, fresh air and plenty of exercise) at the Omega Institute, I sat next to an amazing 80 something year old woman named Marie Runyon. I lost touch with her until I read about her in the New York Times trying to enlist here with the Grannies against the war. By then she was 91. We have remained in touch.
While doing the Tribeca Open Artist Studio Tour 3 years ago, I discovered an artist, Regina Silvers who was also taken by the Grannies.
Marie's healthy near vegetarian eating style has probably been a factor in the quality of her long amazing life.
The Expect Amazing instructions said that "this Musical's title, people might say, is the look our female members have today, because they changed their lifestyle the Weight Watchers way". Mama Mia the movie, should remind all of us that Mediterranean diets are healthy. (Now how many of you know that the Winter Garden used to be a horse trading arena?)
On to Rock Center, Central Park and the Finish!