Probably screwing up the schedules of the tranny hookers that troll that area, but otherwise, everything looks ok. The park is still really flooded and it has tons of old trees, so I'm going to stay out of there until things clear up.
Today I took a walk over to Battery Park City and knitted on my lunch break. Gorgeous day. 60 degrees F in the shade. I got too hot sitting in the sun with my cardigan on, which was a lovely feeling.
There was a family of loons floating in the river. It's hard to tell the difference between the trash and the loons in the photo below, but you can sort of spot them.
I haven't seen too many loons down this way, so it was kind of an event! Lots of folks taking pictures.
And of course, one shot of the sweater of great sexiness, February Lady. I've gotten a few repeats of the lace done, as you can see, and am averaging about one repeat every subway ride (45 minutes or thereabouts).
I got a few repeats done last night watching Princess & the Frog with Georgia. Not too many though, because the movie was so beautifully rendered. The art in it was just gorgeous. It's the first movie I've seen in a while that I was kind of upset about not getting to see it in the theater.
And I'm not ashamed to say, I cried like a baby at the end. (I won't say what part lest I spoil the movie for somebody)
(also, please don't faint if you know me well. Yes, "Ms. Cynic Lifetime Achievement" cried at a Disney Princess movie. Get over it.)
And finally, in Battery Park City, a field of crocuses:
We're finally getting a full-on spring!