I knew when I started my blog I wanted to reach out to seniors like myself. I wanted to share my stories and even be a bit of a tour guide on what I’ve learned and the fun I’ve had at famous and not so famous New York places.

I’ve found big adventures and little adventures  all over this great City.Like taking a walk, turning a corner and finding a movie being filmed. Or marveling when the dog walkers are out on how they can handle so many pets at one time. Or discovering pubs and bars that love the older crowd and enjoying a drink in the late afternoon before heading home. Or meeting friends and laughing thru dinner over a story from years ago. Or finding that the theatre, the opera and the ballet may offer more than just what’s on stage. Or going to Central Park just because it’s a beautiful day. Or introducing my granddaughters to the magic of the theatre and the joys of Lincoln Center and the simple fun of a cookie bake. Or going to a museum loving the art and finding the unexpected. Or the real challenge of learning how to entertain in a small City apartment! All this and more are my stories. So come along with me and hope you enjoy kaysnycways.

Here are four things I’d like to share with you about my blog.

  • FIRST – I find that New York is an easy City to get around in even as a senior with knee issues. Mostly, I walk and take a bus. After that I take a cab or one of the new car services. (I don’t do subways).   Most places are easily accessible – others not so much. I’ll let you know and some will be in private homes (address withheld for obvious reasons)
  • SECOND- Costs range from free to those OMG prices.    I’ll let you know in each post where that place falls . Sometimes I’m an invited guest – I like that a lot!
  • THIRD    I’m very lucky to have my family close by. Some of my stories are based around adventures with my seven beautiful granddaughters. My blog is mostly kid-friendly.
  • FOUR –    I’ve added “Kay’s Notes” at the end of each post that will give details you might find helpful: address, where to eat, restrooms those kind of things.