All I’m doing these days is watching snow come down. Keeping lots of food outside for the homeless cats and birds. Knitting while watching TV or Inspector Morris videos on YouTube. I’m trying to read (“Crime & Punishment”), but reading makes me sleepy so then I go on Twitter to wake me up and end up being there for an hour or two. And making op art/zentangle pictures: below are some examples:
In response to the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Future
Verrazano Narrows Bridge serving as a metaphor: Crossing a bridge from the past to the future.
[Verrazano Narrows Bridge connects Staten Island to Brooklyn, which most people have to cross to get to Manhattan when driving]
In response to the
Post Weekly photo challenge: Optimistic
Yesterday, when I posted
I was using photos from past storms. Then just today we got a blizzard here in Staten Island. I’ve been out all morning taking photos. Optimism During a Snow Storm,
Man optimistic about shoveling snow in the middle of a blizzard.
Frank, who lives in the same senior home as myself, buying provisions from Kuma at our local 5-eleven Deli at Castleton and Port Richmond Road in Port Richmond, Staten Island. Lots of beer being sold. Beer helps people be optimistic, no doubt.
In response to the Post
Weekly photo challenge: Optimistic
Since a snow storm is supposed to happen tonight, I have snow on the brain. These are photos of people showing optimism during a snow storm.
This person is optimistic that he can push his car to get it going again. He better call AAA.
These people are optimistic that they will be able to get to where they want to go in their car. Dream on.
In response to the Weekly Photo Challenge: A L p H a b e T
(Above sign appeared in Midland Beach day after Hurricane Sandy in 2012.)
MuRal at Bay Terrace and Port Richmond Avenue
MuRal – Close Up