New York City streets are filled with a lot of things: people, dogs, trash, mysterious things you’re better off not knowing what they are…but my favorite things NYC sidewalks offer are Chalkboard Art.
Being a Big Dog in a Big City, Addy gets a wide variety of reactions when we are out and about. It’s usually fear. Mostly people try to disguise it, usually pretending there is a reason to suddenly cross the street. Sometimes, it’s blatantly obvious.
Along our morning walk, Addy and I pass by a bus stop filled with kids waiting for the school bus. I noticed that Addy always beelines for a young boy (maybe 6 years old)…after a couple of days I realized it was because he was sharing his pop tarts with her. Once I realized this, I let him know that while it was sweet, he didn’t need to share his breakfast with her. He looked at me, with a bit of sass and said:
I share my breakfast because I don’t want her to eat me.
Oh honey, she’s not going to eat you…I promise.
Lady, I ain’t taking noooo chances!
One of the great things about living in NYC is seeing all the iconic things that everyone knows about New York City. Even though I’m not often in the area, I must admit it will be strange to not see this marquee on the Ed Sullivan Theatre anymore.
Good-bye, Dave, thanks for over three decades of laughs!
New York City streets are filled with a lot of things: people, dogs, trash, mysterious things you’re better off not knowing what they are…but my favorite things NYC sidewalks offer are Chalkboard Art. I must confess: I am neither a huge hockey fan nor a Rangers fan. However since they have made the Eastern Finals, I thought I’d share of bit of love for the local team.