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tshepherd24
Sep 4, 2020
New York city really lights up at night. It looks great. It would be great if my wife and I went there for a trip. Maybe some day we will be able to go there.
pixipixil
Aug 10, 2020
My sister-in-law lived for many years on 72nd street near Lenox Hospital. She worked for Goldman Sacks and made a very good salary but her apartment was dark and old and small. She preferred to spend her money on entertainment like Broadway shows rather than on rent. I admire her ability to succeed on her own.
My other sister-in-law who has heart trouble fell two months ago and now she's in a nursing home. Please pray for her to avoid catching the virus. It will certainly kill her. She's in her 90's.
Thank you.
Wishing you a healthy, safe day.
aknan
Aug 11, 2020
Tough one for your SIL, pixi - I'll pray for her continued health.
pixipixil
Aug 11, 2020
Thanks aknan. I finally was able to talk to her. She's in good spirits and says she doesn't worry about the virus. She went thru the 14 day quarantine when she was in rehab for her fall. That was the worst for her. She's happy that in this place she's allowed to go outside on the grounds. Even if she isn't worried about the virus I'm sure her family will be worried for her. She has seven children six of which are still alive. Her daughter was going to move from CA to here to live with her in her apt. but her two sons who already live here insisted she go into a nursing home. Of course the daughter is angry.
leia7
Aug 11, 2020
Prayers sent above!
pixipixil
Aug 11, 2020
Thank you leia.
aknan
Aug 13, 2020
Families can be difficult to deal with, pixi. She won't have to stay in the nursing home, will she? Hopefully, she could go back to her apartment & her daughter can move in as a caregiver/companion. Praying for all of you.
pixipixil
Aug 13, 2020
It seems to be a permanent situation, but I can't get clear answers. I was told the apartment would be given up because the sons who live nearby insisted she stop living in it and go into an assisted care/nursing home facility. I don't know if the daughter can put a stop on it. Perhaps she will be able to move east quickly into the apartment before it is let go so there will be a possibility of the choice to leave the facility, but from what I could get from the conversation with my in-law it seems she thinks she has an option while what I heard from my other sister-in-law is that the apartment will be out.
kt2shoes
Aug 12, 2020
Oh, yikes! It's going to take a while for my eyes to uncross after that one!
KwkClkrSwkr70
Aug 11, 2020
Nice, fancy scene of New York. Wouldn't care to live there, however.
JAMP124
Aug 11, 2020
Nice place to visit or to live near. Wouldn't want to live in a big city.
aknan
Aug 11, 2020
I agree. I've been to NYC, stayed about a block from ground zero. You had to look almost straight up to see the sky and the buildings formed canyons the wind just whipped through. At least the people we met were friendly.
elijah13
Aug 11, 2020
Not as hard as I thought it would be.

Worry is the misuse of imagination.
Embrace life with all your heart.
jas6415
Aug 11, 2020
Mind blower
nborchardt
Aug 10, 2020
Nice view of New York. I have only been there once and that was 11 months after 9/11. That was pretty traumatic. Have a lovely day and blessings to all.
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