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Offline bobrosen

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mrs lansing, mrs heyman, mrs poliakopf 1956-7
« on: December 13, 2018, 06:15:00 PM »
anybody out there?

Offline wellbeings77

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Re: mrs lansing, mrs heyman, mrs poliakopf 1956-7
« Reply #1 on: January 29, 2019, 01:47:49 AM »
Hello again, Bob; I'm the yoga teacher, former dancer living in 3F. We met in the elevator a few times and your daughter said she knows the work of my son, who's a film-maker and former actor. My other son is a musician working and schlepping around the country with his synthesizer ...hard work but he's good at it.
I'm sorry I missed your concert on Wednesday but I was teaching. As I told Alli, I teach Yoga/Pilates etc. for NY Sports Club but not in Queens. I'd like to find teaching work here, especially private coaching in people's homes (or mine) as I did in the city for the past 35 years. Perhaps you and Alli could come down for a glass of wine some time, when we're not all working or doing laundry!
I just joined JHLife tonight, as I didn't know about it; I don't know anyone in JH yet, having recently moved in. But someone told me about it today and I answered a post who asked about living here years ago. I lived here in the Very Early 50's and went to PS 89, not 69. Not sure why! My father was the local Woodside doctor, a Romanian immigrant. We were the only Jewish family on our Woodside street and I always wanted to go to St Sebastian and wear pretty communion dresses like all the girls on my block. We moved to a semi-attached house on 89th st from Woodside and I loved the intellectual and cultural life I had here. My parents, typical of immigrants then and now, moved to a "better" area when I was in 8th grade (Jamaica Estates, which I detested) and I never had the same quality of friends after that until I went to HS Performing Arts in Manhattan.

So this is my first foray into Queens as an adult and I'm relishing all of it (except for the Con Ed folks outside my window right now at 2am). I have a very noisy toddler above me who runs for 2-3 hours each evening when she returns from wherever they take her for the day, and all day weekends. So I escape a lot when she's home. Sigh...the Office won't take a stand or even ask them to put down rugs.

OK, sorry to ramble. That's what one does at this hour, I reckon.  Hope to meet you and Alli again soon (on purpose, this time).

Gregg Mayer (Ms)
Yoga/Mind Body professional back in the area, seeking students wishing private, semi-private or small group sessions in their or my home on 35th Avenue.