Friday, May 25, 2007

Top of the heap

"I...wonder what it is in the New York air that enables me to sit up till all hours of the night in an atmosphere which in London would make a horse dizzy, but here merely clears the brain." James Agate

Greetings from NYC.

Back blogging next week. Have a good one.

11 Comments:

Anonymous stage hand said...

Oh jealous. Have a great time CS.

11:28 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ENJOY NYC CITY SLICKER!!!

Come back with some good tales to share.

11:29 am  
Anonymous spaceman said...

Love the picture Slicky. It screams SOHO SOHO SOHO.

Lovin the blog too :-) xx

1:24 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Love the quote and picture.

Makes me wanna go to NYC so badly

Have fun!

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Blogger *snake*bite* said...

OMG CS You lucky thing - as much i will miss my daily dose of the slicker diaries - HAVE FUN!!!

I wish it was me i have so much family to see! And shopping to do

xXx

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