WE ARE GOING TO CELEBRATE THE MARRIAGE OF MATTHEW AND SHARON IN JUNE. THE FIRST PARTY WILL BE IN NEW YORK CITY ON SATURDAY, JUNE 7. THEN DON AND I WILL HOST A PARTY IN CINCINNATI THE FOLLOWING WEEKEND, SATURDAY JUNE 14. WE WILL SEND MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE CINCINNATI PARTY WITH THE INVITATION. PLEASE DO LET US KNOW WHAT WE CAN DO TO TO ASSIST YOU IN MAKING PLANS. WE HOPE TO SEE ALL OF OUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS FOR THIS WONDERFUL CELEBRATION.
My last night in the City I went to Matthew and Sharon's apartment in Brooklyn. Matthew gave me directions about how to get there on the subway, and so I braved the rush hour on the F Train to Brooklyn with several hundred others who shared the subway car with me. We set Mathew's camera up and did a group photo including Gigi, who I always love to see.
After a great meal at their favorite local (only 3 doors down) Moroccan restaraunt we went back to their apartment and discussed their plans for their upcoming reception to celebrate their elopment. The party will be on June 7 in New York and we will have another one a week later in Cincinnati on June 14 (both on Saturday). Matthew sent out invitations to those that we thought might be able to go to the NY party, but if you didn't get one and would like to go to the NY party, please let Matthew know as soon as possible. We didn't mean to exlude anyone. Max and I will send out our invitations to the Cincinnati reception very soon.
I took the subway back to Manhatten and as I was walking down 50th street almost to Park Ave and my hotel, the Waldorf, I met a not old, but not so young lady dressed quite well who was walking towards me. It had been a fun night and I was enjoying my walk in the cold night air. I caught her eye and said a friendly hello and she said something back that I didn't understand, so I stopped to ask what she had said. To my surprise she was asking if I wanted some company for the evening. I just smiled and said "no thanks, but thanks for asking", and continued on to my hotel. It was nice to be reminded that I was in New York.