Photo by myself, somewhere downtown.
Some of the descents to the underground subway are also storefronts. This one downtown sells recycled watches and phones.
I'm sure going down this stairwell this first time must be dubious - what's around the corner? Or more importantly, who?
Well, I missed my first post in over two years, yesterday. Life has been crazy busy in the stressful sense, mostly work-related.
As you might know, Mark and I are engaged, but the wedding planning hasn't even begun. (I am secretly hoping we lapse into common-law marriage, since we're living together, and skip the ceremony). Soon, I'm sure it will be even busier.
I've only been to three weddings held in Manhattan, two of those last summer. Figuring out a venue, reception and housing for visitors can add up. Quickly. Other New York friends have held their ceremonies in locations like Cape Cod, Long Island, New Jersey and Hawaii.
It's also easier to coordinate people outside of the traffic that happens here. We're still undecided about place. Suggestions welcomed!
Related posts: Model Behavior, Downtown, Dusk at 72nd Street Station and Hitting the Newsstand Underground.