The right lane is the lane to get onto said bridge. This is NY, people. Thus, as many drivers as humanly possible attempt to merge at the bitter end into the one lane (it may be two, but I'm not 100% certain of that) and get onto the bridge. The speed limit was zero. Seriously. That's how fast we were going at one point. And when the NYPD decided to leave the far left lane (he was in front of me) and follow the other boneheads onto the bridge I just banged my head on the steering wheel and sobbed. OK, I didn't do that, but I so wanted to!
IN ANY EVENT, THE best part of my ride was the GRATITUDE sign. It had changed since I last drove here. Same message, new art. I love this billboard. Every time I see it, I feel uplifted. Yes, I was actually able to take this from my 0 MPH moving car. I was thrilled it came out so clear.
Coffee For A Cause Update
While chatting at the hair salon with a friend I told her my idea. Before she left she filled out a tip envelope and handed it to ME. I put it in a safe place until this morning.
Another friend drove by and handed Marco this envelope. I put it in the CFAC collection tin.
I am EXTRAORDINARILY grateful that five people were able to contribute more than $200!
Our next CFAC is on September 15. I hope you will be able to join us.
Are you ready for some football?
Front Row: Anthony, Brian, Justin & Brian
Oooh-Aaah don'tcha wish you were a Sailor!
When I look and I find, I still love you...