Whether shopping in New Hope, PA, or trolling the beaches of NJ, or just taking a neighborhood stroll, the thing to remember is to enjoy the moment. I’ve been so wrapped up in keeping up, that I wasn’t enjoying what I was doing, reading, posting, etc. I’m here when I’m here. I’ve figured out that ‘breathing’ is essential to living in the moment. I’m not ignoring you. I SWEAR. I’ll get there when I get there, and when I do I will ‘like’, no I will LOVE you, but til then I’ll take the road less traveled and breathe.
New Hope, PA
Cherry Hill, NJ
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Saturday, Jeff and I headed over to New Hope, PA to wander the streets and take in the sites. The weather was suppose to be nice enough (it wasn’t) and I was in a window shopping/spend some money kind of mood. Anyway, after strolling for a couple of hours, Jeff ran to the car to refill the meter’s belly. He lost sight of me for a minute when he got back to where I said I would wait for him. (I lied. I got sidetracked.) He was not surprised when he found me half way down an alley gawking at this macabre mix of mannequins.
He knew exactly why I needed these pictures. And another thing I need are those rose colored glasses!
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Between home and New Hope, PA.
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Stopping on a bridge, in the distance down river from where I rest, I see a similar bridge. I wonder, “Could that be the bridge I was meant to cross?”
Then something inside my heart tells me “No.”
New Hope – Lambertville Bridge – Delaware River
Right now, in this moment, I am meant to be here. I’m sure of that. I’ll cross that bridge, that one in the distance, I’ll cross it when I come to it.
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(I’m standing on the bridge that connects Lambertville, NJ and New Hope, PA – two really neat cities that invite you to shop, dine, or just stroll and grab a cup o’ Joe.)