Thirty years ago. I am standing at the window of an apartment on the twenty-third floor of the San Remo, one of the amazing old buildings on Central Park West in New York City, looking out at the stunning view. I am close to making an offer on this apartment. It takes up the entire floor, with panoramic views of the whole city and the New Jersey side of the Hudson. I am in a bedroom that overlooks the park and 72nd Street. My broker, who has become a friend, is with me. Our friendship was formed as he helped me buy numerous apartments over the years while I searched for a home—not yet realizing that you have to
I truly loved this. Makes me want to examine where I am. thanks
I think the fact that you were once in a high-rise in NYC (West side, thankfully) and are now living happily among the trees in Maine, grateful for every morning and exploring everything you do and are...pretty much speaks for itself that you are not following anybody's pied piper but your own! It's inspiring. Thanks--loved this!