Now I can get back to working on my album. With my right ear out of commission. I wasn’t able to record any vocals. We played it back and the sound of a person with a stuffy nose was coming from the speakers. I’m already under confident when it comes to my singing voice. So, I had to sit this out and wait for it to heal.
It’s a whole eight months later. The streets were pretty empty. It’s the pandemic holiday season. I managed to walk around a see, what’s become of Midtown. You’re not bumping into anyone. Which is great. The few people that are out. Are wearing masks… You actually notice a lot of things. When people are not all over the place.
The last two months, I’ve been pretty comfortable eating out. You know since this new normal that we’re living in. Although, it was totally amazing cooking at home. It was time for a break and I didn’t realize that it was going to be a long one. I’ve had my first home cooked dinner last night. Already, I’m back at being spoiled by waiters and waitresses. Here’s some good pics and what I actually think….
It’s been a few months now that I’ve been riding. Lately we’ve had some rainy days. I mean thundershowers and horrifying downpours. The roads were destroyed the next day. I usually would lap around a few times then go on some journey. I’ve started noticing something. The feeling when you’ve worked out and you’re now sore for a day or two. I always loved that feeling. My arms and legs are looking like something now. I’m a twig with no definition. I’ve mentioned this my scooter buddy. She goes… “Oh yes!! Because of this and that!!” So… let me get into this and that.
Usually, it’ll add an extra fifteen to twenty minutes coming off the Manhattan Bridge to get into Soho. Today, the traffic was extremely light. The usual nightmare of getting out of an Uber on Spring & West Broadway is no longer. It’s become temporary I will say. I’ve seen pictures on Continue reading “Tuesday afternoon in NYC… Phase Three”