What can Northfield learn from NYC?

Griff Wigley, Amanda Wigley, Collin Wigley,  Collin Wigley, Amanda Wigley, Izzy, Robbie Wigley 
You may have noticed that my blog posts in the past week have been somewhat fluff-oriented. Thin. Light weight. Boring, even. That’s because Robbie and I spent the past week in the New York City/Jersey City area,  visiting our son Collin and his wife Amanda.  When traveling/on vacation, I don’t like spending too much time on LoGro, but I feel compelled to have something new on the blog every day because 500-1000 people visit daily.

Stop praying. God's too busy to find you a parking spotWe got back late last night and I’ve got a few blog posts in my head on the theme: What can Northfield learn from NYC?  I’ll get them up over the next week, photos included, of course.

In the meantime, here’s a photo of a whimsical billboard that we spotted adjacent to the High Line.

2 comments to What can Northfield learn from NYC?

  • 1
    Susan Hvistendahl says:

    Glad to see you back on your “bully pulpit,” Griff. Hmmmm. Seems I have heard that first word around town recently. Trying to remember where…… I am sure you will track it down.

  • 2
    Jim Haas says:

    The billboard reminds me of that old joke: Guy drives around the block many times, praying aloud that a parking spot will open. He finally sees one and pulls in, saying, “Never mind, God, I found one!”

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