I was looking back at the photographs for this month and realize even though time flew by, I still managed to squeeze in some mini adventures around town.
These two silhouettes are of the fabulous pair of Keith and Sarah who dragged me out dancing one night. Maybe because it was a Monday night, there were dancers out on the floor, but I betcha I out danced them all!
I hit the jackpot when I stumbled across these outdoor floor tiles. At work we were just desperately shopping for some outdoor style floor tiles for a Tradeshow display, and then boom! they appear in my life.
Still not quite outdoor weather yet, so when invited to a music concert at the Brooklyn Bowl, I went out and ended up still being one of the few by the front of the stage actually dancing to the awesome music. Some people aren't living enough I thought to myself.
Sunset just looks pretty amongst the warehouse yard at work.
Yes! in the eyeglass shop in process to get contact lenses!! scary, but determined.
And if going to the dentist wasn't enough, then taking care of my teeth too!
As the days get longer, I get to see the beauty that Downtown Manhattan can present to me.
My fitness tools that I use frequently. A 16 lbs workout ball and a dumbbell weight. They do help me stay sane in this interminable winter.
Its been weird how I almost never really had a sweet tooth, but lately I am open to having sugar be presented in front of me.
I suspect my forays into the kitchen has been diminishing lately, trying to stuff my life full with obligations and to-do's. Cooking adventures have been few and far in between, but I still manage to feed myself. Chicken drumsticks roasted in the oven served with tomatoes and cucumbers.
I got invited out to observe a belated Chinese New Year celebration that included speeches from the Brooklyn Borough President and a fancy dinner, but my buddy and I couldn't tolerate the political niceties so we ran away before it really got started.
I just realized the sun was at the height of the lamp post. There was a big snowfall recently, and the following morning was bright and sunny, it was probably thanks to the light post to show the sun the way!
I let myself indulge in a "breakfast empanada" from my local coffee shop lulu bean. It was a thin dough enveloping eggs, potatoes and spinach. When they heated it up on the panini press, they made a beautiful X pattern. I think I could eat one of these every day!
I can only hope I will continue to grab life as much as I can as this month flies by!