this fine day
it was not a busy or especially productive day, but it was special. it’s funny how different things look when you try to stand still in a world of chaos. ny has a way of trying to hustle everything. if paris taught me anything it was to slow down and do one thing at a time. and enjoy it! now i’m the one who won’t be rushed!
hi guys, i’m just checking in. it’s sort of a seinfeld day, a post about nothing but a small hello. i’m taking it easy, what with it being sunday afternoon and all. no stress, no troubles. the next few days are pretty packed so today i just cleaned and took the plastic off the chairs after 2 years.
they’re not my chairs so i’ve been reverent about it for a long time, and they’re here in the apartment. i figure if i’m not going to enjoy this gorgeous 50′s chintz, who will?
spending the day here i really saw what disrepair the building across the street has fallen into. usually it’s beaming with pride but it looks like a war zone! it’s probably the perfect place for some flowerbox love.
the flowers are fun but if don’t focus i’ll get totally sidetracked from what i came to ny to do. and i think that’s what makes me so nuts. there’s always something else to get involved with…
on another note, i’d love to get a video camera. on the plane coming home from that trip i read how people are becoming video travel journalists in their own home towns. there’s an academy run by the travel chanel, who may even buy the videos. i’m still trying to master the single shot but want to learn about shooting video. i’m going to explore what’s out there. do you have one? anyway, just sending some love and hope you have a great sunday night and fantastique week mes amis, a demain!