May 2, 2006
I teach cooking to children at the New York Kids Club. It is a lot of fun! Some of my classes are full of 2 year olds, which can be a wild, fun adventure! Here's the website, if you want to check it out. http://www.nykidsclub.com/
The light rain that day made Central Park vibrant and alive. The birds were singing, but the people were scarce...just the way I like it!
The first big protest I encountered in New York City. Anyone with any complaint about anything was there. I wanted to make a sign, "I'm protesting my right to get home from work without pushing my way through protestors."
The cute Krause kids! I taught them a science lesson every week. They were good sports and let me try new experiments on them (or rather, with them). They just moved and will be missed.
Chinese New Year in Chinatown. You pull a string in the tube and confetti flies out the top. The streets were completely covered in bright confetti.
Silas at the Museum of Natural History while the Reeders visited us in Manhattan. He still talks about the "underground trains" that he LOVED riding.
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