If you don't have something nice to say.....
"I once tried to explain why I like raising my children in New York by saying that I want them to take the extraordinary for granted. I want them to feel ownership of some of the most amazing things in the world."
Great article Kristin, the only places that I've ever felt grounded are in the wilderness or in my home Brooklyn, historically transitional, a place of extremes, the best and the worst of life.
I bought the cheapest umbrella strollers from the discount store. They served their purpose and were light enough to carry on bus or subway. No one wanted to steal them when left outside a store. Maybe they weren't very comfortable but that's where the inspiration to walk came from and they were better than standing up in the shopping cart which was the other choice, of course that was only a one way ride the groceries rode on the way home. uppadaweelilbairn....wheelbarrow indeed
Sean, Sean Connery
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