Photo of the day: IT’S SPRING – BUY A HAT! . . . “does anyone ~still~ wear a hat?
March 21, 2014 | Categories: DAILY PHOTOS WITH STORIES OF NEW YORK CITY | Tags: "Here's to the ladies who lunch", church hats, Easter hats, fashion, Hans Von Rittern, Manhattan, New York City, New York photo, Photo of the day, photography, purple hats, Sondheim 'Company' musical, Spring 2014, Stephen Sondheim | Leave a comment
THE RUM HOUSE: It’s been a long day. The train was late, Bergdorf’s was too crowded and the help was slow, the dress was no longer on sale, the family never called – perhaps it was yesterday’s argument over tea. Getting a cab was impossible. Must keep an eye on the watch, the cat at home will want dinner soon. Maybe there’s interesting mail today – maybe not. Maybe brunch with the girls tomorrow – maybe not. Here’s to the ladies who lunch. Does anyone still wear a hat? I’ll drink to that.
January 18, 2013 | Categories: DAILY PHOTOS WITH STORIES OF NEW YORK CITY | Tags: "Company", "Here's to the ladies who lunch", 228 West 47th Street NYC 10036, Bergdorf Goodman, brunch, cat at home, drinking, drinking alone, Hans Von Rittern, ladies who lunch, lady with cat, loneliness, Manhattan, New York City, reflections, reflections in glass, restaurants, Sondheim, Sondheim lyrics, store window, table for one, The Rum House, woman alone in bar | Leave a comment