100 today!

It may not seem a large milestone for many bloggers, but today I gained my 100th follower to this blog. Given the somewhat eclectic nature of my ramblings I am pretty pleased with this achievement.

So, a big THANK YOU to all my followers and I hope to keep you interested with my random wittering, thoughts and images as I navigate my way through my daily activities as a middle aged immigrant who has settled in the home of the brave…

Cheers!

~Richard

Never too old to celebrate…

We were in Manhattan at the weekend, on the same day as the Puerto Rican Day Parade. This is held on the second Sunday in June and was established in 1958. It was colorful and noisy, with lots of streets blocked off for the parade along Fifth Avenue.

People of all ages take part, and you’re never too old to celebrate, as demonstrated by this older gentleman on roller blades, who was keen to show me he could still do the splits!

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I hope I am that fit when I get to his age!

~Richard

 

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