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Chutney In Manhattan

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STATUS: Who are these writers who expect me to proofread when it’s after midnight? Dang perfectionists. hehe

What’s playing on the iPod right now? Nothing on at the moment.

It’s another late night and I’m just done in for the night. I’ve got great things to share from my meetings today but it will just have to wait until I’m coherent tomorrow morning—and then I’ll blog for real.

In the meantime, Chutney pics.

She’s such a New Yorker now. She doesn’t even want her picture taken.

Chutney at the Hudson River promenade.
“I’m just so not into you.” Father Domo Park, West Village

After a long day shopping in Soho…


15 Responses

  1. Just_Me said:

    You need to come south, Kristin. On Monday it was 80 degrees down here, the trees are in bloom, spring flowers are popping up, doesn’t that sound better than heavy winter coats and dead trees in downtown NY? I think I see snow in that second picture! Poor Chutney!

  2. Ghost Girl said:

    Love the coat! Chutney looks a lot my rat terrier, Daisy. Daisy had a rough start in life and is the most sensitive little ratter I’ve ever met. After 2 homes by the age of 6 months, she became ours and has been with us for 7 years. Hmmm…maybe a trip to NY to celebrate…

  3. Anonymous said:

    He he, I love his little hoodie. I would love it if we could hear what our animals are saying in English, it would crack me up if it was with a posh British accent like, “What in the bloody ‘ell am I wearing this for? I want my doggie treats!”

    -Rachel Glass

  4. Laurie said:

    Chutney is a doll. Looks like she rests with canine radar tuned for the rustling of doggy treat wrappers.

    Thanks for posting the Chutney About Town Gallery. 🙂

  5. Anonymous said:

    Love the Chutney piucs, especially the one where she’s curled up on the couch cushion like a cat 🙂

  6. kennedy said:

    Wow, Kristin! Is that your apartment? Amazing view. I would never get anything done there — I’d just sit at that window all day.
    Thanks for sharing your adventures — and Chutney’s!