Monthly Archives: March 2019

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28 March 2019
New York, New York

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29 March 2019

This playlist was intended for yesterday, but for a variety of reasons I did not do a focused exercise period. Thus I used it today. One day after opening day.
Gym at the Shire. Treadmill. Walking a little faster. Slow jogging for 4 minutes. Stretching.
Take Me out to the Ballgame – Carly Simon
The Star-Spangled Banner – Branford Marsalis
Steal Away – Bobbie Horton
Right Field – Peter, Paul, & Mary
Clubhouse Stomp – The New York Hawkss
Jugando La Pelota – Jesus Coombs
The All American Girls Professionbal League – Rockford Peaches
Joltin’ Joe DiMaggio – Les Brown & His Orchestra
Cross That Line – John McCutcheon
Clemente (Estrella 21) – Edel Borrero
Did You See Jackie Robinson Hit That Ball – Natalie Cole
Jardinero Del Amor – Wichi Camacho
Baseball Boogie – Mabel Scott
Say Hey – The Treniers
We Are Family – Sister Sledge

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Purple flowers, Morningside Gardens 36

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28 March 2019
New York, New York

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Purple flowers, Morningside Gardens 35

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28 March 2019
New York, New York

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27 March 2019

Early. Gym at the Shire. Treadmill. Stretching.
This playlist gives thanks for Sean and extends his birthday celebration.
Third Movement of the Violin Concerto by Aram Khatchaturian, arranged for flute – Sean Koenig
Hello Dolly – Hello Dolly
I’ve Decided to Marry You – A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Marriage
Down on MacConnachy Square – Brigadoon
Seventy-Six Trombones – The Music Man
Yorktown – Hamilton
Wouldn’t It Be Loverly – My Fair Lady
We Dance – Once on This Island
For Good – Wicked
Sunrise, Sunset – Fiddler on the Roof
Raise You Up/Just Be – Kinky Boots
Eye of the Tiger – Survive

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Parkinson’s Unity Walk

I have registered for the 25th Parkinson’s Unity Walk on Saturday, April 27, 2019, in New York City’s Central Park and I’m reaching out to invite you to join me. I will be walking the team William the Conquerer with Bill Handler and his family. Check out last year’s team photo below.

Over one million people in the United States are living with Parkinson’s disease today – a number that continues to grow because every nine minutes, someone is newly diagnosed.

IMG_7298 (2)By joining the Unity Walk, together we can make a difference in the fight against Parkinson’s disease. One hundred percent of donations go directly to research funded by four Parkinson’s disease foundations in the United States. The Parkinson’s Unity Walk (EIN 13-3842415) is the largest single-day grassroots fundraiser for Parkinson’s disease research in the country. In addition to a 1.4-mile wheelchair-accessible walk, it is also a day of community and education.

Please support my fundraising efforts and donate to the Unity Walk for Parkinson’s disease research. To donate, please visit my fundraising webpage by searching for my name.

Whatever you can give will make a difference – every donation adds up. Together, we will find a cure, and I appreciate your support.

Sincerely,

William

P.S.  From my fundraising webpage, you can donate online and join me for the 2019 Parkinson’s Unity Walk. Thanks again for any support you can give.

You can also donate offline. Please make all checks payable and mail to:

Parkinson’s Unity Walk
PO Box 275
Kingston, NJ 08528

*If you donate offline, please include, “William Koenig, 2019 Parkinson’s Unity Walk” on the check memo line.

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Spicy cauliflower & Dijon salmon

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I’m trying to do better at self-care. This means a deep reduction in the Seamless orders and some cooking on my own. It’s not my best thing, but I am getting there.

Traveling with Tricia for our 40th anniversary reminded me of how much I like cauliflower. I have always liked salmon. Now I am trying to figure out how to cook both of them.

This was my meal on March 23.

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