In March, we went to New York City for an egg donor procedure at NYU Medical Center’s Infertility Program. It was a somewhat stressful experience for all involved, I’d say. But there were loads of times when we had fun. I’ve displayed a few of those times I captured on film here.
From left to right, here are the descriptions:
1. The new Time-Warner Center with Edward Durrell Stone’s landmark building framed by the picture window. We didn’t get to sample any of the fabulous restaurants, but I did walk through New York’s first Whole Foods. Quite nice, and a different layout than the Seattle store.
2. Bethesda Fountain (of Angels in America fame) with Central Park Lake in the background.
3. Willie and Jonah. Willie, the doorman at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Battery Park City, became Jonah’s fast friend during our stay. Willie has an incredible smile, a booming, friendly voice and an enormous love of kids and he made a great impression on Jonah.
4. The Bethesda Fountain “angel”
5. The 9/11 Memorial Quilt displayed at the Lincoln Center branch of the American Folk Art Museum (one of my favorite NYC museums).
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