I am exposing my mind to all kinds of big-city experiences while here in New York. Not just the fab thrift shopping and centuries-old pubs, although those are pretty wonderful too. ☺
We took in a lecture at the 92nd Street Y, “On Einstein”. The speakers included psychiatrist/author, Gail Saltz, and an astrophysicist. It was a delightful meld of my own profession (psychotherapy) and my husband’s (science). Einstein was a true genius, one in ten million, but his relationships with women were troubled. So, interesting!
|There are loads of great events here at the Y. Sting is coming next week to chat.|
Then shop, shop, coffee, cookies, walk through Central Park. The evening’s event was a talk by Alan Greenspan, former Chairman of the Federal Reserve. He’s promoting his new book. I could barely hear him as the acoustics were terrible, but I bet he said some smart things. I saw his wife, journalist Andrea Mitchell, in the front row, looking fab.
To cap off a day of intellectual conditioning, we went to one of the local pubs to watch the World Series. Tequila and Coke!
Have a fabulous Thursday, and thanks for stopping by.
Visible Monday is on its “off” week this coming weekend, so we can recharge and refresh. ☺ We’ll be back on Monday, November 4th (actually, the Sunday evening