Train from NYP to Boston
Rhode Island from the train window: snow, in piles, on the ground, dirty but hanging on. The bus to Barnstables showed more of the same. I was lulled into thinking it was Spring all over and did not dress appropriately. Thankfully I can remedy that, but I can’t change this cold, cloudy, dreary weather mood.
Byllye Avery did that-changed my attitude, her delight at seeing me made me joyful and glowing in remembering our history. And N’Gina was so welcoming and pampering.
Their home is a warm, welcoming, artful space that they share generously.
We ate well, smoked well and enjoyed each other. I was sent off with a care package of sandwich and fruit.
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