I am on the last row of my Hap Blanket.
I ran out of yarn.
I did some more exploring of Westchester Square, and found some cool buildings and a graveyard that looks like its attached church has abandoned it (photos below).
I had to go back to the effing uniform store for Georgia's school and spent 3.5 hours standing in line. It has got to be one of the worst stores in history. I got through the experience by pretending I was standing in line for rations behind the Iron Curtain.
A crypt from the churchyard:
A very old headstone (death date, 1775):
Across the street from the church is the Huntington Free Library:
I didn't have my camera on me today, so all these photos were taken with my phone. I downloaded a bunch of photos off of it today. There are some pretty cool shots, if I do say so myself:
This one looks almost like a water color (botanical gardens in May):
Amazingly tacky shoes. If I had a spare $500 I totally would have purchased these:
One of the only things I liked at the MoMA the last time I was there (July 4th):
And finally, somebody is holding faith healings at our local park (Poe Park, to be exact for Bronxites):
Incidentally, the bandstand in the photo above has a rich history. Famous folks such as Mae West once performed there. Also, it's called Poe Park for Edgar Allen Poe, whose house is currently at the north end of the park.