On My Street!
I was an enormous fan of Dr. Seuss and one of my favorites was Mulberry Street, I'd love to find some interesting sights on my walk home at night in the winter -- maybe a zebra or an elephant with a Rajah -- like Mario did. On cold nights there aren't many people out and walking and some of the stores are closed and shuttered. I've gotten used to it and generally just focus on walking directly home. But tonight I was rewarded with excitement. As I crossed the street on to my block there was a film crew directly in front of my building. The one lone staff person wasn't very forthcoming, but after a number of questions I discovered they were making a feature film starring Billy Crudup. I didn't have the energy to stand in my lobby observing the filming, but I did snap a photo to share with you.
Film Equipment and a New York Taxi
Thank you all for your great suggestions about making coffee. I have decided it's time for a new coffee maker and I'm going to do some research on prices. There were so many good ideas and I appreciate the thoughtful suggestions you made.
I'm smack in the middle of a mid-winter slump. My general cure for this for the last few winters has been a vacation in early March. Knowing that I'd be going away in just a week or two made this time of year much more bearable. This year I don't have a vacation planned -- at least not for this season -- and work is hectic, really hectic. The project that I am there to complete is gearing up in intensity and the days are long. I know it's all finite, but there's so much to do in a short time frame. Please bear with me. My posts may be fewer and farther between and I'm not getting to much visiting, but my heart is ever in Buttercupland.
Hugs, warm wishes and keep cozy!