This morning we took it easy - a little shopping for kids, some cakes at Veniero (white is shampita, brown is Napoleon), a little walk, including past the Museum Of Sex (did not have time to go in, though), with the special exhibit about sex in animals (including this, of course). Then a long wait at the new JetBlue terminal at JFK which is nice, big and technically very modern. Now at home, exhausted - tomorrow is a new (work)day!

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Oh dear - you made a big mistake there Coturnix when you mentioned sex and animals in the same post. :) I made the same mistake about two months ago and once the great God Google recorded that indiscretion I've had an amazing 9K+ visits from people, mostly from Turkey and surrounding areas, who. one must suppose, are devoted students of animal husbandry. Good luck :)

Ah, I've used that combo many times before - had an entire series of posts, in fact. Works wonders for traffic. Spam-catcher is pretty good and I catch the occasional stray Turkish spam quickly and delete it with glee ;-)