goodbye, New York.

It just so happened that we stayed at a place close to where I used to live four  years ago.  The 2nd Ave. station, the Whole Foods, the park along the sidewalk, the small theater on Houston St., everything was like it used to be, everything except for a dark tower looming over in the east, looking somewhat out of place.  Maybe a hotel or an apartment structure, but it was not part of the lower east side I remembered.  But it is no matter; when I see the subway stations unchanged — probably since WWII — I know that when I come back many many years later, ACs underground will continue to not exist and most of the New York I remember will remain the same. Which may be why I’ll be fine to travel elsewhere for remaining opportunities.  So I said, goodbye, New York.

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