I had such a busy day today that this is actually a picture from yesterday (and the anenomes are now in the food scraps bucket … ). This anenome is one from the bunch featured in this post here of more than a week ago. They change … but stay pretty!
This petite building looks like it has a history, but it isn’t listed in my guide to New York architecture … alas!
This issue of the original Boomerang includes a shining example of the Boomerang Man’s sly wit, in the form of a brazen act of burying the lead. Hidden (or “hidden”) in the item entitled “The Matrimonial Situation,” we discover that Gladice is getting married in June! Out of “five pretty girls,” the one third from the left (or right) would be Gladice, and if the “dressmaking department” is already “working overtime,” then it seems that the wedding is more of a certainty than the Boomerang Man’s “we rather think” would imply. Anyway: very exciting! Alas, after this issue, there are some issues missing in the archive of this “international publication”–the next one I have is for November 19, 1922–so we don’t have its report of the big day. Luckily, records of the state of Iowa do record it, so we can celebrate that and Gladice’s marriage to Fred Phumphrey now (the date was June 20).
I believe the people listed in the third and sixth columns of this document are witnesses?
The menu is welcoming too (see it here)!
The window is open (with a screen in), and it’s February! The mercury hit 70 here today, but it’s a relief to know that that actually isn’t a record for this day. Evidently it’s been that warm on February 24th seven times before, the last time in 1997!
There was a person making gigantic soap bubbles in Washington Square Park this evening, to the delight of many children — and to me too!
I’ve said “meh” to the option of snapping a photo of this food truck for quite awhile … not that much to it, design-wise! Today, though, its sheer yellow-ness seemed photo-worthy!