Big Apple

After Mr.B passed away, Hubbie and I struggled to live with a huge hole in our hearts. Everywhere we looked was just a shadow of the life before Mr.B’s departure. We often found ourselves almost drowning under the sea of our tear and the only way to keep our heads above the water was to cling to each other like a life raft. 

Then, Hubbie had to visit New York late June for a quick project which he couldn’t say no and he was very concerned about me being left on my own in London. ‘Come with me. A change of scenery will do good for both of us’. 

So here I was, in the middle of Midtown, NYC…

Cacophony of honking horns! An inimitable noise of the streets of New York. Initially, I was a little taken aback by the way it was administered liberally by the drivers. A little too blatant and provocative, I thought. Then, I got used to it very quickly and started to jaywalk between the traffic like the rest of New Yorkers…

Kaori by Kaori Okumura

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