BK>Midtown #nyc #commute
Here’s wishing my commute took 6 seconds…
PS: Lemme know if you’re Vining.
- Go to Chinatown, alone, preferably in the late afternoon. Walk around. Go into one of the shops that sells mysterious (to me) herbs and dried things. Buy some condiments or beef jerky or sweet buns for, what, $2. Listen to the grandmas hollering at their children/grandchildren/the vegetable…
A list worth remembering.
WINTER BUCKET LIST
I loved Project Fall Bucket List so much. I used it as an excuse to hole up an re-read the last few pages of Billy Lynn over and over. I had a lazy Tuesday breakfast by myself at Cafe Cluny and gushed about the clam roll at Littleneck for so long we had to order a third drink. My first massage was innnteresting and Nick Hornby was hilarious! And now, given that it’s December 3rd, I think a new list is in order.
So much to cram in between now and February. I want to eat pasta for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. I want to drink things out of mugs and hope for snow like a second grader on a school night. I want Bean Boots and a cabin someplace and a fire that roars. Please & thank you.
Do, Go, See:
by Liz Libre
“Somebody has to go polish the stars,
They’re looking a little bit dull.
Somebody has to go polish the stars,
For the eagles and starlings and gulls
Have all been complaining they’re tarnished and worn,
They say they want new ones we cannot afford.
So please get your rags
And your polishing jars,
Somebody has to go polish the stars.”
― Shel Silverstein, A Light in the Attic
[spotted on Design Crush]