Walking around 42nd street in Manhattan with Amanda can be trying.
New York City is the hustle and bustle of people.
Hawkers get in your space, enticing you to buy items that may or may not be legal.
Why did Tom tell me to go out for a walk while he was at his meeting?
“Mama, look at that fun shop. There’s big glasses in the window.”
“No, Amanda, it isn’t a children’s shop.”
“What kind of a shop is it, Mama?”
“It’s an adult shop; children aren’t allowed. Let’s go to Rockefeller Center; there’s an American Girl Doll store.”
2021©Isadora De La Vega
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