A NY Minute on Orchard

I’ve been so head down lately, so wrapped up in my work endeavors, that I’ve felt like the city is happening all around me, and I’ve been ignoring it. In short, I’ve been too busy, a state of being that’s recently been called out and properly scrutinized in the NY Times. I want presence, not busy-ness, to be my way of life.

Well, last night, I had a great New York minute. We sang until late in the night with some brilliantly flagrant friends. Then I left alone to walk home, spent, and stumbled into the impromptu dance scene on Orchard photographed above.

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