I am lucky to have a friend I’ve known for more than 40 years who is not related to me. We met up for dinner this past Saturday and took each other out for our 43rd birthdays which were in March and April.

We giggled our asses off, just like when we were kids debating on such things as whether or not baloney is even worth chewing before swallowing. (Sidebar: You know how you chew and chew and chew but nothing about the baloney changes in any way except now it is coated in your saliva. Right? Besides, I gave up baloney soon after this debate in 1973). We debated on the merits of google-searching for old boyfriends while flirting with the cute and very young bartender who made us spectacular mojitos.

Then I met up Swampboy on Sunday for a music cruise around the island of Manhattan. Our friend, Scott, was playing guitar on the cruise with Oteil Burbridge on bass (from the Allman Brothers) and drummer Bill Kreutzman (of the Grateful Dead). 

There’s something magical about seeing Manhattan from the water … not to mention romantic. More on that later … 


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  1. 1 maddie June 3, 2008 at 1:24 pm

    I love that beautiful photo of you and your friend ~ such a shared history and
    magic of life’s meandering paths ~

    and would love to hear more on the romance of your outing 🙂

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