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365 Days of Blogging – Day 9 [January 10th]

Not the most flattering morning video of me, but I’m not too concerned. I haven’t had my coffee yet. On my way to get it while Layton stays in the room. Just a short walk around the corner in this blustery cold winter weather.

On the list to do today — We are headed into town. I bought an umbrella stroller while we were in Staten Island on Wednesday, so Layton doesn’t have to walk as quickly as I do, or for as long as I do. When I am in NYC, I do nearly 15,000 steps/day. The first thing we will do when we get to Penn Station is find a guy selling blankets, so I can wrap him up. It’s so freaking cold. That way he will last through the evening.

My plan is to see an apartment, too. There is one in the Upper West Side that is a true studio and I’m interested to see how small it is. It’s only $1,495! The sleeping quarters are lifted into a lofted space and there is a wooden ladder to get up there. There is no real kitchen area, just a kitchenette without an oven/stove and only a small dorm-like refrigerator. Why am I even interested? Who knows. I want to check out the neighborhood, I guess, to see how walkable it is.

That’s all for now. More to come.

– Ashley

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365 Days of Blogging – Day 8 [January 9th] Part III

Just asked Layton if he would like to go to a park and make some arts and crafts. He said, and I quote, “I love arts and crafts.”

So we are going to Poe Park.

Edgar Allan Poe & the Historic Poe Park — Bronx, New York — Opened in 1902, the park was named after famous American poet Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849), who rented its white farmhouse, now known as Poe Cottage, for $100 a year from 1846 to 1849.

Poe Park is hosting a Kids and Families Seasonal Arts and Crafts
Friday, January 10, 2020

2:30 p.m.–4:30 p.m. – We will make a fun project inspired by the season.