DeBorah & Stephen Holiday Soulful Strut

Today Stephen and I took advantage of the 50 degree temps and mild weather to take in the Holiday Sights/Sites and Sounds of Manhattan.  I featured some photos in my previous post but here are some quirky and fun things we spotted while walking from 42nd Street Grand Central Terminal as we made our way towards 34th Street Penn Station.  From East to West and All the Best!

Happy Holidays! Happy Hanukkah! Merry Christmas!  Joyful Kwanzaa & Happy New Year!

Today’s Forgiving Fridays: Freedom and Forgiveness! 🙂






Grand Central Terminal Holiday Market, Model Train Exhibit Plus Lord & Taylor Holiday Window Display



Today’s Forgiving Fridays: Freedom and Forgiveness! 🙂





Grand Central Terminal Holiday Market & Model Train Display Exhibit

Please excuse the quality of the videos. I’m still an amateur video person. Please Do Enjoy Stephen’s Great Smile and the wonderful Sights/Sites and Sounds of the Grand Central Terminal Holiday Market and the fascinating Model Train Display.  The Video of the Holiday Market came out upside down and backwards and no amount of editing seems to help. Anyway please Enjoy the other videos and photos. I must re-do the Holiday Market.  Yes. I know I have a lot to learn when it comes to creating videos!

The video of the Holiday/Christmas Windows featured at the Department Store Lord & Taylor came out very well.  Happy Hanukkah and Merry Christmas to All!  Happy Kwanzaa to all my African American Followers/Subscribers!








Today’s Forgiving Fridays: Freedom and Forgiveness! 🙂


Way Down in the Hole







Way Down In The Hole-Blind Boys Of Alabama






Singing for Our Supper


Various Subway Singers and Entertainers. The Apollo which has featured many famous and well-known singers since it’s inception. Some of those famous singers have their names inscribed on the Apollo Walk of Fame.








South Street Seaport and Lady Bagpiper

My brother Stephen and I spent the day at South Street Seaport after walking from 42nd Street Port Authority over to 42nd Street Grand Central Terminal. Outside of Grand Central we saw this Lovely Lady Bagpiper. First time I’ve ever seen a woman Bagpiper so after donating a dollar to her cause she obliged me with a curtsy and two photos. Beautiful and talented young lady.  In some of the photos you can see the Brooklyn Bridge. Stephen and I were able to take a tour of the Peking which is a ship built in Germany in 1911.