There’s Always Food

bh3.jpg This is one of my fantasy homes. It’s in Brooklyn Heights, on the promenade overlooking Manhattan. Sigh. Sigh, sigh, sigh. I WILL NEVER LIVE IN THIS BEAUTIFUL PLACE.

Richard Sweet from Chicago kindly re-touched the photo of Cricket and Bean below so that it’s a little lighter and you can see them better. The picture was taken with one of those … whatchamacallits, I have one, the little video-conferencing camera? Anyway, that’s why it’s not high quality. Thank you for making them more visible, Richard!!

My friend Jonathan is taking me out to lunch today, and he’s a food critic, so absolutely delicious food is in my immediate future!! I cannot freaking wait. I will be posting all about it. It’s a restaurant in the Four Seasons. So in this case I will give a happy sigh, sigh, sigh.

Stacy Horn

I've written six non-fiction books, the most recent is Damnation Island: Poor, Sick, Mad, and Criminal in 19th-Century New York.

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  1. The epitome of architechtural gold. Cannot claim to have many of those places in Maine (though there are a few, you just need to know where to look).

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