Day 2618: What I found, continued

Yesterday, what I found included this:

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Look what I found in New York City!

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I found hope right across from our hotel, where I’ll be facilitating a group of group therapists today.   I hope that goes well and I hope you enjoy all the other photos I took yesterday:

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As usual, I found gratitude all around.

Finally, here‘s a favorite New York song I found on YouTube:

What I also found right across from our New York hotel, besides hope, is the Broadway Theater, where I’ll be seeing the new production of West Side Story tomorrow night.

Please feel free to share what you found in this post, below.

 

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18 thoughts on “Day 2618: What I found, continued

  1. Hi Ann, you being In New York has remind me, that I was there 10 months ago, for a 6 day visit before I went to Philadelphia for 4 weeks, staying with my Cousins….. and what a glorious time I had…… to travel more than half way around the world to “FIND” my cousin was a dream come true…..

    ” Dreams of The Heart

    I cannot walk the continents
    Like the intrepid Marco Polo
    But my feet have felt the sands of time
    Pass between my toes

    I have not sailed the high seas
    Like the courageous Christopher Columbus
    But my body has bathed
    In an ocean full of kind hearts

    I’m yet to fly in space
    Like the brave Neil Armstrong
    But I have reached for the stars
    And touched my soul’s dreams “

  2. Cheers to your hopeful times in New York, Ann.

  3. I love Robert Indiana’s sculptures. And the theme of what you found reminds me of when I was nine and my mother gave me her copy of Pinocchio that she’d had as a little girl, the original novel by Carlo Collodi. Each chapter begins with a short description of what’s to come and the one I’ve never forgotten is, “Pinocchio is swallowed by the Terrible Dog-Fish and finds…what does he find? Read this chapter and you will know.”
    That’s a wonderful demonstration of the power of words.

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    I’m glad to know that you’re having a nice time, Ann

  5. I find life is better when we are happy

  6. I would just LOVE to be seeing West Side Story with you, Ann. Enjoy! Enjoy! And I do hope all has gone well for you today. I loved seeing the sights vicariously. 🙂

    • I would LOVE to see it with you, Debra, and of course I remember how we met last year when I was at the AGPA conference in L.A. All has gone well and I wish the same for you. ❤

  7. Sounds like you’re having a good time there! And gosh, Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra together. Not sure about the third guy. I loved the bit with them riding horses.

  8. Pingback: Day 2658: I’m glad you exist | The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally

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