We’re ready for this year’s crop of little candy-eating monsters to start ringing the doorbell. I didn’t really dress up this year, but I dig giving out candy and seeing all the kids in costumes. Looking forward to learning what anime I’ve never heard of is currently popular. 🙂
I am ignoring TLCs advice and chasing waterfalls. 🙂 Natasha and I often end up at Hog’s Back to do a little hike after dinner, and now and then I can’t help myself but bring the camera along to snap some pics of the rushing water.
While we were walking the High Line in New York, Natasha and I stumbled onto an awesome public art project – the “Collectivity Project” by Olafur Elisasson. They basically dumped 2 tonnes of white lego bricks in a heap with the instructions: help build a lego city! It was awesome seeing the collective creativity of hundreds (or even thousands?) of people’s work accumulating over time. Also really fun to see how flexible legos are under duress – some very strange structures built through the process of disassembly and reassembly.
Natasha and I built a building with a heart and a 10 on top, to celebrate our tenth anniversary. 🙂