should i fail to return . . .

it’s 91 degrees  and 1,000% humidity above ground, and i’m about to leave my air conditioned apartment and take the subway downtown.   i’m a little scared, although i have not heard of any subway / heat related deaths so far today and it’s already 1:15.  should i fail to return, i leave you with this; my favorite photo:

wish me luck.

“The purpose of our lives is to be happy.”
~ H.H. Dalai Lama



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5 responses to “should i fail to return . . .

  1. Yeah my wife and I broke down and hooked up our window a/c today! This is off topic but I was curious if you could give some insight about living in NYC? Recently I recieved a job offer in kingsbridge Bronx and have started looking for apartments that are safe, easy commute to work and small cafes and shops. I have been checking, Harlem, queens, Bronx, Brooklyn, fort lee but am just as lost as before I began so I was curious if you could recommend something or direction! My wife are okay with studio but don’t want to pay over 1400$ a month. Thanks again for your time,



  2. My A/C ran all day and all evening. I went to bed. Then I woke up out of a sound sleep because I heard NOTHING. The A/C stopped. I checked the thermostat and the circuit breaker. All was OK. The A/C stopped because it was not needed. Now I know that I really do have some sort of compulsive disorder.


  3. My husband and son have probably just landed at Lagardia from dry but hot Colorado. Don’t envy them or you. So happy I no longer fear fainting on the subway platforms. Stay strong.


  4. Followed you on Pinterest. So cooling.


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