Hmmm...I used to love being out that late, having coffee and a snack at Kramerbooks or The Diner (never went to Tryst. Don't know why. Did you know it?)Thank you so much for your last super-sweet comment. I feel exactly the same way about my blog, but I know some people are so uptight about not having "stalkers"! The way I see it is if I was a moment of respite in someone's day, that's enough for me. I do not have to know they were there. (There is always tea enough for everyone!)Happy Staying Up Late!Betty
Betty,I agree, absolutely.I am very grateful for all of you who leave comments, but I am also nothing but happy about visitors who drop in, look at my posts, and quietly slip out again.I feel honored each and every time somebody takes the time to visit. We all have only so many hours in a day.I have been at Kramerbooks late at night, but never at Tryst. In fact, I had never heard about it. ;-)
Merisi, thank you for your kind comment. Glad to say I am now pretty much recovered...and also glad that I have one more day off to enjoy tomorrow.The reflection in the silver spoon is a beautiful image. And I would gladly try a helping of the Emperor's Rubbish, supplying the accompanying applesauce.xo
Merisis,I don't know why but I find that sugar cube exquisite. :-)
Frances,good to hear you are taking good care of yourself!Thank you for the apple sauce. Funny how of all places I can't find unsweetened apple sauce here, while in the States every grocery store carries both varieties, sweetened and unsweetened. The Girl from Cherry Blossom Street,a cute little lonely Nighthawk sugar cube, isn't it?Wonder what Edward Hopper would have made of it!(Btw, I was so lucky to see the big Hopper exhibition in Lausanne, Switzerland, last summer - made me quite nostalgic of my old homeland.)
I love Hawelka although it´s not the same as it was a few years ago. And I miss the famous "Buchteln"...
Impressive pic for a cell phone!
Silver trays at night...Is that mini champers...On a marble tabletopCan it get better than this?
Those glasses and mini bottles of champagne are beckoning me to the table, Merisi !!!A tiny bubble left, by any chance ???Marie-Noëlle
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