Serving Tea To Friends

January has always been my least favorite month. It’s a No Man’s Land month and supposedly the saddest time of the year. Christmas and New Years festivities are over, the weather is biting cold, and the only holiday in the near future is Valentine’s Day, which both single and taken people often hate. I dread January as much as I dread the flu and dentist visits, but right now, I would like nothing more than for the first day of January to arrive. I want a clean slate after this disaster of a year. Besides, November has felt a lot like January so far: bleak, stressful, isolating, and joyless.

Two weeks ago, the New York City subway system shut down in preparation for Hurricane Sandy, a major storm set to hit much of the east coast. I figured Bloomberg was just trying to take necessary precautions because NYC hadn’t been…

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  1. Thank you so much for this. I know a few people out in Jersey and Manhattan, but none of the details of what it was like during the hurricane. And I can very much relate to panicking and wanting to do SOMETHING when you have no idea what is going on.

    Also, I might start blog stalking you now. Hope that is alright.

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