I had the strangest day and evening and wanted to share my experience. Usually I have so much to say and not difficult for me to express myself…Now I am having difficulty.
I went to visit Edith, my 97-year-old friend..She is in pretty good shape and lives in a Senior Residence. She asked me to stay for dinner as she often does, but I am rarely able to stay. Tonight I was going to The Beacon Theatre on the Upper West Side, very close to where Edith lives. There is a New York Comedy Festival going on now, and Dane Cook was at The Beacon. He is one of today’s most prolific stand -up-comedians. Also an actor in a variety of film and television projects. One word, Hilarious. I went with my daughter in law and one word describing her, daughter.
I had dinner with Edith in the dining room and I was the youngest one in the room. One word, depressing.
Then I left to meet Stacey and we had a drink first, I needed one, and went just across the street to the beautiful Beacon Theatre. We, not just me, were the oldest by far in the entire theatre. One word, weird.
Dane Cook is not only very funny, but his intelligent comedy makes you think and laugh. Over an hour later, I took the bus back to my apartment. Many emotions, many feelings, but…….
No Words!!!!……………………………well maybe one….grateful
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Interesting contrasts in feelings and ages in one evening!
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It was truly a mixed bag of emotions…all within a short time. Bottom line…Dane Cook made me laugh and sharing with Stacey was wonderful. Sleep didn’t come that easy though…Always appreciate your words. Thank you.
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