Unexpected

December 14, 2008

File under: Unexpected Smells in Manhattan; Pleasant Edition

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Unfortunately, it’s not growing any money yet. We’ve all got our fingers crossed though.

smart

October 25, 2008

A smart car.

Job Hunt Update

September 24, 2008

Whew!  A little quiet on the blog front.  I’ve been busy looking for a job and having a good time here in New York.  And, if things would have come out to failure I didn’t really feel the need to document every step of that journey.  I am happy to report that after a lot of foot/phone/email work I have one job offer and an interview at a second hospital tomorrow.  Let’s just say that there was a lot of acting like I knew what I was doing as I walked, unannounced and uninvited, into a lot of nurse recruiting offices.  Of course, the paranoid freak side of me is afraid that tomorrow the bottom of the world is going to fall out and that job offer will be rescinded.  But don’t worry, I keep talking myself back down into a more logical reality.  Now, if I were a banker it might be harder to find that logical reality, but thankfully, I am not.  

I’ll write more about the job hunt later, but here are a few pictures:

Sheep's Meadow - Central Park


Bow Bridge - Central Park

Reflection - Central Park

 

 

Bethesda Fountain - Central Park

Bethesda Fountain - Central Park

 

Belvedere Castle - Central Park

Belvedere Castle - Central Park

 

Turtle Pond/View from Belvedere Castle - Central Park

Turtle Pond/View from Belvedere Castle - Central Park

 

Empire State Building from 5th Ave and about 28th Street

Empire State Building from 5th Ave and about 28th Street

Afternoon in Park City

September 1, 2008

Today, as my life of yet-to-be-employed leisure continues, I went up to Park City to have lunch with my friend Jen and to check out a fair/market they were having on Main Street.  A few pictures…

The guy on the left in the ball cap with the guitar is the Mayor of Park City.

Amalgamation

August 11, 2008

I don’t know where this photo comes from, but it strikes me in almost a poetic manner.