STORY CHALLENGE: LETTER “I”
IRON WORKERS STATUE
I was in New York City in June and like most tourist my daughter and I headed over to Times Square to experience the lights, crowds and the entertainment the area is noted for. We walked up and downs the streets taking in the excitement and sounds of a city that never sleeps.
All of a sudden I spotted out of the corner of my eye, peeking through the tree branches, men sitting on a cross beam. What was this? On closer inspection I saw it was a statue depicting eleven iron workers having lunch atop a skyscraper being built in New York City back in 1932. What an unexpected but amazing sight to see in the middle of the night on a corner in Times Square. Later I was told the statues sits on a truck that is frequently moved from place to place around the City.
It’s Tuesday and Frizztext at Flicker Comments.com has once again given us our Story Challenge: Letter I assignment. Check out other entries under his link above.
BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!