Posted Date: August 6, 2010author:LDCategories:Mostly a pictureIndiana in New York Robert Indiana, that is. Only thing I can add to this is: we have enough of it, and there is enough of it to go around. The good gospel. Post navigation Previous PostPrevious postShort takes on the big break in the long fightNext PostNext postOn the town In a similar vein: Posted Date: October 20, 2006October 20, 2006Hope springs eternal Posted Date: April 5, 2019January 20, 2022Family at a distance Posted Date: September 8, 2008What’s not to love about a carousel? 5 thoughts on “Indiana in New York” I’ve been past that sculpture myself. I’ve been to New York three times. What a town! I hope to live there one day, if I can figure out the visa situation, health care and just plain money. Log in to Reply Ah. A formidable three-headed hydra. I have a hard enough time with the last two heads. But yes: one hell of a town. Log in to Reply I’m the dolt who didn’t know you at the community keynote yesterday. “Your blog sounds familiar,” I said. Everyone looked down or turned away, embarrassed by my faux pas but, not me, I’m used to such humiliating moments. Thanks for graciously laughing it off. LOVE your photos and look forward to reading more. Log in to Reply Dolt, schmolt! Faux pas, schmaux pas! Humiliatimg moment, schmumiliating moment! Anything other than gracious laughing off would be ITSELF a faux pas, yes! Committed by a dolt! Also, I paid all those gals at that table. Costly, but worth it. Welcome, thank you; it was a great keynote, yes? Log in to Reply I do believe I was present at the taking of that photograph. I do also believe I had just eaten a hot dog which made me much more pleasant company. I hope I get to see those hot dog pics someday! Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.