But a young nun, a new nun notices you, she sees the intelligence in your eyes and begins a conversation with you through furiously written penciled notes passed back and forth. She's funny, street smart and she cares about who you are and what you like.
Here are photos of scenes you would see from your wheelchair if an understanding nun took you down to the East River and along York Avenue. Here's a link to more photos.
If you like my work check out my memoir, "I Hate the Dallas Cowboys - tales of a scrappy New York boyhood." Available locally at Logos Book Store or online at Amazon or Barnes & Noble.
Mark your calendar, we're doing a special Mother's Day Eve "Stoops to Nuts" storytelling show on Saturday, May 9th from 7-10 pm, at Ryan's Daughter, 350 East 85th Street.
FREE w/ COOL PRIZES
ps Kodak was across the street from the Home from 1929 to the late 70s. Sotheby bought the building and opened in 1980.